Finding the Cloud-Computing Job You Want
by Lori Cameron
The proliferation of cloud-computing networks in recent years has created a need for more security and privacy personnel in the field. For thisComputingEdge issue, we asked Christian Esposito, associate researcher at the University of Naples Federico II about cloud-computing career opportunities. Esposito’s research interests include cloud computing, distributed systems, middleware, dependability, ubiquitous computing, and artificial intelligence. He also coauthored the article “Encryption-Based Solution for Data Sovereignty in Federated Clouds” in IEEE Cloud Computing’s January-February 2016 issue. Read more...
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The Best Tech Jobs for 2016
IEEE Job Site, 6 January 2016
Tech employment was up 7 percent in 2015. And according to David Foote, head of research firm Foote Partners LLC, overall demand for tech professionals should continue to rise in 2016—and so should their salaries. Foote told Dice.com which segments of the tech industry he predicts will see higher demand and which will experience drop-offs. Cybersecurity experts, and Big Data specialists are among the professionals who will be sought after, while storage gurus and network managers may not be such hot commodities. Read more.
For 2015 Grads, Small Employers Might Offer the Best Job Prospects
Bob LaBombard, SimplyHired, 1 June 2015
Various reports are suggesting that the small employer market might be the best place for the class of 2015 to look for jobs. A 6 April 2015 USA Today article reported increased hiring by companies with 50 employees or less. The article cited increased homebuilding, improved availability of financing, and lower energy prices as contributing factors.
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Where Cloud Computing Jobs Will be in 2015
Louis Columbus, Forbes, 12 December 2014
There are 3.9M jobs in the US affiliated with cloud computing today, with 384,478 in IT alone.
Read more at Forbes.com