5 Feb 2016: This week’s highlighted articles
Due to the perceived rising threat posed by cyber criminals, employers are raising salaries for IT and cyber security specialists by 14% on average.


A new study from Juniper Research has estimated that the adoption of connected in-vehicle infotainment systems will produce revenues exceeding US$600 million in 2020, representing a 10-fold increase on this year.


TIGA, the non-profit trade association representing the UK’s games industry, has announced a brand new event for the QA, Localisation and Customer Support sector.


Inaugural Australian Testing Days event announced
The inaugural Australian Testing Days event will take place in Melbourne CBD on May 20 & 21, 2016.
The first day of the event is a conference, with the opening keynote being presented by Michael Bolton (of Developsense, Canada) followed by a full day of track sessions and lightning talks.


The annual survey of the top 500 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) in Europe shows some major changes due to substantial growth in some areas, consolidation and changing market conditions.


According to the results of a new global study, only 20% of organisations that have attempted to implement DevOps have fully deployed it.
Research commissioned by CA Technologies also found that these ‘advanced’ DevOps adopters were more likely to report that their digital initiatives contributed to competitiveness, customer retention and top- and bottom-line results.