Where the tech jobs are: in the 'clouds'
(BPT) - The sky is the limit for cloud computing as it continues to drive job growth – garnering interest from Main Street, Wall Street, corporations and governments. A 2012 Microsoft-commissioned report by the International Data Corporation (IDC) indicated that spending on cloud services will generate nearly 14 million jobs worldwide by 2015.
In the past decade, cloud computing pioneers such as Amazon, Salesforce, Google and Apple have developed comprehensive cloud services, platforms and applications. Now, traditional businesses of all kinds – even those that don’t operate in the technology space – are incorporating cloud services more frequently, laying the groundwork for cloud-related career paths that are rich with opportunity and growth.
In fact, a related study from the Sand Hill Group suggests that cloud computing – driven by the 21st century surge in mobile computing, social networking and big data – may generate more job growth in the coming years than the Internet itself did during the 1990s.
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