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Virtualization and Cloud Computing Hiring Outlook for 2011

January 13, 2011 No Comments

CIO — Despite so many optimistic predictions from Gartner, IDC and other surveys about the growth of cloud computing that they’re almost an industry in themselves, there’s no better indication of real interest from real companies than spending on a new technology.

And due to the collateral costs of hiring — benefits, space, power, travel, training — there’s no better indication of a company’s intentions than its plans to hire more people with specific skills, says Tom Kiblin, CEO of cloud- and location-hosting company Virtacore.

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