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Find Yourself In The Future of Cloud Computing

Find Yourself In The Future of Cloud Computing

 REGISTER NOW for the Find Yourself In the Future Cisco TV Series on Thursday, 18 June 2015 from 12 noon until 1 pm (UTC+8) with Evelyn de Souza, cloud compliance and data privacy leader at Cisco.

Cloud computing promises new career opportunities for IT professionals. In many cases, existing core skillsets transfer directly to cloud technologies. In other instances, IT pros need to develop new skill sets that meet the demand of emerging cloud job roles.

Evelyn de Souza’s greatest challenge professionally has been stepping into a technology career path without a technology background.   She started her career as a music teacher and made the extreme career transition into the information security technology industry. Today, she holds a dual role as Cloud compliance and Data Privacy Leader at Cisco and Chair of the Data Governance Work-group for the Cloud Security Alliance. She was named to CloudNOW’s Top Ten Women in Cloud Computing and Silicon Valley’s Business Journal 2015 Women of Influence.

Tune in to hear first-hand Evelyn’s exciting career journey and have the unique opportunity to ask Evelyn questions and seek her personal advice.

Hurry, places are limited.

Evelyn de Souza
Cisco’s Cloud Compliance and Data Privacy Leader

Networking Specialists in High Demand for 2015

Good Prospects for Networking Specialists

Networking Specialists

Networking Specialists

In 2015  the highest job demand in Australia will be for Networking specialists, Program and project managers, as well as Database developers and administrators.

Peter Acheson, the CEO of IT recruiting company Peoplebank, explained that There is strong investment across the entire ICT sector, and this is having a direct impact on the demand for network specialists. More networking staff members are needed as networks grow to accommodate moves to online and cloud computing.”

Furthermore, he believes it’s likely that the continued digital transformation of businesses is a contributing factor to the demand for networking skills. According to the latest report from the department of employment,  roles for computer networking specialists are projected to grow by more than 20 per cent between now and 2018.

How to Become a Network Specialist

Do you wish to up-skill or change career towards these well remunerated jobs? Have a look at what is on offer in Auckland at the MIT Cisco Networking Academy. If you need more information get in touch via the contact page.

We will this year run evening classes training you towards the CCNA certification, the starting point in your new career. More details will be published soon.

Source: Seek