Moving the company applications to the cloud is one step that more enterprises are considering and planning to do in 2020. In the past few years, cloud adoption has increased significantly, as it provides considerable value achieving greater scalability, cost efficiency, and improved performance.
The 20-page report organised from New Horizons corporate combines responses from 1,500 IT managers and professionals worldwide to uncover key trends in IT talent development. The detailed research underscores the widening IT skills gaps that exist across growing areas such as software and application development, for example.
Today cloud is a critical part of IT’s operation. According to the CompTIA study, nearly half of the companies claim that 31% to 60% of their IT systems are cloud-based, and many of those businesses are exploring optimization to get the most out of the new models. Even though, is unlikely for most companies to have 100% of their architecture in the cloud, the percentage of IT systems that is cloud-based is reaching critical mass. The graph below shows more precise data.
IT pros are with no doubt the most required professionals nowadays all over the world, some of them more than others. One of the examples is cloud computing skilled professionals. A recent survey in London found out that companies are losing money due to a lack of specific cloud expertise. The shortage of professionals it is also a problem considering that cloud computing and virtualization are essential technologies in the modern work environment.
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