What types of 'next generation' skills will your IT team need as more workforces move towards the cloud?

Talent management, Cloud Blockchain

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Blockchain

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business analysts, data security, cloud native development, SecOps

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Vendor Management, Integration with On-Prem

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This is an interesting question Bc I am mainly all about the experience. It really depends on if you are in the public sector or federal. I am in the federal sector so NIST and FERamp are must tools for understanding and implementation.

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Secure Development and Information security, cloud technologies

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comprehensive understanding of cloud-native applications, software defined infrastructure and security, next-gen database platforms such as Snowflake, and the ability to manage ephemeral resources to monitor OpEx and not piss off your CFO

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AI

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IT security for cloud based tools. Data management and AI

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If you are using AWS, diving into all the vast information it has for each single service and updating your team about it. Architecting accordingly to AWS’ best practices & if you are using .NET, coding with Entity Framework.

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I They need to have a really good understanding of cloud architecture, how to protect the environment, company rules and procedures.

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Native apps vs legacy apps, devsecops

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CyberSecurity, Cloud and AI

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Cloud platform expertise and cyber security