The incoming apprenticeship levy will be very good for the IT sector, predicts QA's Ben Sweetman
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The UK will only realise its full potential as a global technology hub if more women are encouraged to find careers within the sector, Education Minister Nick Gibb has said
Employers team up with e-skills UK in a bid to close 'cyber skills gap'
Fox urges universities and industry to ensure that the UK is the first nation to profit from big data potential
SAS Institute research indicates 69,000 more big data specialists will be required by 2017
Two new programmes set to launch this month in secondary schools
However economics, maths and chemistry study are up as STEM popularity rises
North Carolina State University received 450 applications for 80 course places
De Montfort University and Deloitte seem more interested in quantity rather than quality
Degree-level qualification aims to boost the number of young people working in IT security
Skills body is on track to create 550 roles by the end of 2013
The thoughts of e-Skills UK, Birmingham City University, an ITMB student and SAS on the academy and big data
Capgemini offers to pay university tuition fees of the best candidates
National Skills Academy for IT and NITP working with BT to fill tech roles at SMEs
Demand for specialists to "increase by 92 per cent in next 5 years"
Online course to help address 'most pressing skills gap in IT'
Skills body says course develops a broader skillset in graduates than a computer science degree
Experts hail 'vital and historic step towards creating a new approach to teaching IT in schools'
'Inadequate' ICT education, competition with the US IT industry and SMEs being too picky about who they hire
The web site aims to inspire young people to take up a career in IT
But it does not make any promises regarding IT teaching, and some argue that the gap will be filled by the private sector
The fund aims to support employers taking collective action to overcome skills issues, said business secretary Vince Cable