Friday February 21, 2020

A skills challenge

Upskilling the current workforce in the virtualisation sector is crucial to maintaining continued technological developments, writes Killian Woods

Killian Woods

Business reporter

1st November, 2015
Art Coughlan, business group lead of cloud and enterprise, Microsoft

Since the onset of information technology (IT), computers have steadily developed from the clunky machines that required lots of physical storage to sleek, non-invasive desktop devices.

In the past decade, developments in virtualisation have accelerated even further how we effectively manage not only the physical storage of IT hardware, but also create more stable cloud-based networks to offset the security issues caused by persistence with legacy systems.

Talking about the changes he has witnessed over...

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