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The question of specialist cloud computing skills has become a dominant one in the sector in recent years

6th September, 2015
Aidan McCarron, managing director and founder, Dediserve

As the cloud developed and split into clouds of clouds and an ever-wider range of services, it is fair to say that the expertise began to be confined to a large degree within the cloud service providers, consultants and ICT service companies. Even the traditional large corporate IT departments in banks or multinationals or government do not really have anything like a full set of cloud skills and experience.

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