Five Computing Trends to Look Out for in 2022
03 Dec 21
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Categories: Computing, Undergradute
Cloud computing jobs are among the safest career paths, with services such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web turning over huge profits in 2020 and 2021. COVID-19 has accelerated spending on digital transformation, and those with the right skills will be able to enjoy fantastic career opportunities in this field.
The MSc Cloud and Networking Security at the University of Bolton in Greater Manchester is a fantastic platform to hone your cloud skills with a security focus. We’ve been voted No.1 in the UK for Teaching Quality and Student Experience in Computer Science*, so there’s nowhere better to begin your journey on a cloud computing career path.
The growing need for cloud security experts
As cloud adoption ramps up across the world, the demand for IT security specialists will continue to rise. In the UK alone, more than 650,000 businesses were reported to have a basic skills gap in cyber security last year.
In order to prevent costly data breaches, companies will be looking to hire qualified cloud and networking professionals. Vendors themselves will also be looking to bring on board in-house security experts as business continues to boom in the coming years. Furthermore, the urgency of the skills gap calls for highly-experienced consultants who can transform IT security as organisations move away from their legacy systems.
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