June 17, 2019
Most of the time GIS (Geographic Information System) is used to create maps and to print. But here is a list of 28 applications and uses you may not know about.
June 13, 2019
Hollywood’s job is to tell a grand story and there’s nothing better than losing yourself in a flight of fantasy, especially if there’s a ludicrous and fantastical car in there for good measure. Think Knight Rider, Blade Runner, The Fifth Element, Back to the Future, and Mad Max.
June 11, 2019
To efficiently deliver a wide range of essential local government services, Broken Hill City Council employs a small team of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) specialists.
May 29, 2019
Get a 360° view here of the key characteristics you need in a Network Security Specialist.
March 25, 2019
What qualities should a GIS specialist have? The same that we should expect in any great candidate – a passion for their discipline and a good background in their specialisation. However, as our technical landscape rapidly changes, GIS specialists need to adapt their skills to keep ahead of the game.
March 18, 2019
A recent report on the future skills in Australia, commissioned by Google and produced by advisory firm AlphaBeta, found that architects are facing some of the biggest changes to the nature of their jobs.
March 04, 2019
To get to grips with recruitment changes and challenges, it’s our abiding belief that you need to take a 360o view, both to assess candidates and to understand the latest recruitment and HR best practices.
February 27, 2019
What’s the best way to hire? There might be a different answer to that question in a few short years, as data analysis and algorithms are predicted to replace 16% of HR jobs within the next decade (Undercover Recruiter).
February 22, 2019
Did you miss out on the free webinar with what3words? Watch and listen as Tom Blaksley, Partner Launch Manager at what3words, explains how to revolutionise business practice, simply by changing the way we talk about location.
February 21, 2019
As HR professionals or team managers, we are constantly trying different ways to analyse and improve upon the job performance of our current staff. But wouldn’t it be far more useful and beneficial to predict the job performance of staff before we employ them?