Critical Career Paths for IT Pros
To leverage the benefits of the cloud, IT organizations will have to change their skillsets in short order, and that means investing in training, consulting and hiring. Where do you fit in?
IT professionals who can adapt their skills for the new requirements of cloud computing will find immediate and long-term payoff.
This is a good time to put some lines in the sand around what skills are required as the cloud creeps into our IT universe.
Cloud computing creates new career paths for savvy IT professsionals.
There are some positive steps you can take to solidify and advance your career, even in these challenging times.
Taking a methodical approach to career development, much like system maintenance, may be a better strategy for IT professionals.
While the true value of certifications will likely be debated ad nauseam, they can be a valuable benchmark for your career.
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The objective of the survey is better understand IT decision-makers across multiple industries, and their current and planned adoptions of cloud-based technology solutions to grow revenue, launch new lines of business, hire staff and innovate.
After a decade of hard knocks, IT pros earn modest raises, InformationWeek's annual U.S. IT Salary Survey shows, but they face plenty of uncertainty ahead.
TechAmerica Foundation Report: Cloud First, Cloud Fast -- Recommendations for Innovation, Leadership and Job Creation (.pdf)
The Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in U.S. Deployment of the Cloud (CLOUD2) developed the report at the encouragement of the Federal Chief Information Officer and the U.S. Department of Commerce. The Commission’s mandate was to generate recommendations for accelerating adoption of cloud technologies.
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IT professionals are now being challenged to keep up with the emerging requirements for the cloud and learn the new skills needed to meet those requirements.
Cloud computing and virtualization are ushering in new operational models, and with them, new IT roles. The basics still apply, but it might be time to rehone your skills to take advantage of the new opportunities.