Acquiring the big three skills most-wanted skills in IT ile
Kay Cairns talks to five IT skills experts about the top three trends hitting the industry and how companies can stay on top. Major IT skill trends for our experts are in architecture, data protection and business intelligence
This kind of architecture covers the design and delivery needs of technology strategies. Tom O’Sullivan, deputy chief executive for the Irish Computer Society (ICS), said the most-needed skills from architects are in cloud computing and enterprise mobility, as well as in the Internet of Things.
Cloud is the trend that just keeps on growing — and companies are in a rush to keep up with it. Employees are increasingly migrating their tech outside...
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