Tight market and a scarcity of new business opportunity has driven some industry players to compete on price as their lead strategy. I’ve always thought that competing on price alone was a dangerous game but maybe I’m wrong. I accept some movement is at times required but recently I’ve been made aware of competitors doing business […]
Archive for June, 2009
MySpace confirmed industry rumours today when it announced that 300 jobs will be cut from its international operations. The social networking site has been avoiding rumours for 10 days on the fate of the company and its international workforce outside the US. But today it was announced that two thirds of its international workforce will […]
Check out this opinion article on Stuff today by Dave Thompson about why he chose (or fell in to!) a computer techie career – and his thoughts on the IT ‘Geek’ stereotype! http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/2526019/Money-Sex-Not-for-computer-fixers
Have a look at this article posted on NZ Herald’s website over the weekend about a company that is charging candidates their first month’s salary to find them a job. Here at 920 it was the catalyst for some interesting debate! We realise that in this tighter market some people might be willing to work […]
New Zealand’s new I.T. Rockstar for 2009 is JOSH WAIHI! Josh took out the title at the Grand Finale held in Wellington on the 4th of June. The $10,000 prize will see him venturing off to Paris to attend the DrupalCon conference and live it up in true Rockstar fashion!