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The Cloud Skills the Industry is Begging For

Joey van Kuilenburg

Move past the hypothetical discussions and gain practical insights on exactly how cloud computing is changing IT and business practices.

Cloud computing has evolved and integrated itself into business. It’s become a necessity for strategic agility and technical excellence. Many organizations face challenges with the advents of cloud, including unexpected technical and business shifts which require professionals on both sides of the IT and business divide to rethink their approach. A stated need in most of these cases is for a specific set of cloud skills criteria for the key roles in the project(s) – something that can be qualified.

To better understand the situation, we’re talked to a panel of highly qualified, CCC certified, IT professionals.


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Joey is a marketer who prefers to put in a bit of extra work to make an “ok” product or experience an amazing product or experience.

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