Cloud Computing Job Creation Trends 2012-2015
The cloud will have a big impact on job creation worldwide. According to a new study released on February 2012 by IDC (commissioned by Microsoft,) cloud computing will create almost 14 million jobs worldwide by 2015, spread equally among small businesses and large enterprises.
Aside from the typical benefits of cloud computing adoption, such as increased productivity, reduced IT costs and revved-up innovations, businesses are also going to the cloud to improve how they work with partners and customers.
The accompanying infographic shows interesting trends, mainly the fact that cloud computing jobs will be created mainly in Asia. China and India account for nearly half of the 14 million jobs, totaling nearly 6.8 million jobs by 2015. The third place is the US, creating a bit over 1 million jobs, while in the forth place rest Indonesia – an emerging cloud powerhouse in Asia – will create 900 thousands cloud computing jobs by 2015.
For the big picture – including the cloud-related job growth in featured countries – check out this infographic (please click to enlarge):
Via IDC / Microsoft News Center
Related Cloud Infographics
Mobile devices, web apps and community-based sites will dominate 2012. G+, a business Q-and-A that is part of Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc., has released an infographic visualizing top tech trends ...
Australia is the Asia Pacific leader in cloud computing adoption and understanding - and a report confirmed it.
According to a cloud computing research conducted by Springboard Research back in March ...
Cloud computing is a priority, says most European IT decision makers and influencers. According to a survey conducted by Interxion, a leading provider of colocation, data centers and managed ...
Businesses - large and small - are rushing to grab the huge cloud computing market pie. We can't blame them - cloud computing is on demand, and both businesses and ...
According to IMS Research, there will be 420 million smartphones sold worldwide (July 2011.) 52 millions of new smartphones owner (27%) will use manual entry to transfer contacts from their ...
2012 Top Tech Trends in the Cloud
Cloud Computing Adoption Trends in Australia
Cloud Computing Trends in Europe
History of Cloud Computing Investing
Why You should Use the Cloud to Transfer