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Closing the cloud-skills gap: Build an in-house cloud learning center
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
Cloud adoption is growing, but one obstacle organizations face is a lack of cloud skills within their IT ranks. One solution is to build a cloud learning center to give workers the skills they need to help their companies more effectively realize the potential of the cloud.
Close the cloud-skills gap: Build an in-house cloud learning center
As cloud adoption grows, many companies find that one of the biggest obstacles to fully embracing the cloud is a lack of cloud-based skill sets within their organization. At Deloitte, the solution to building cloud-based competence in its workforce was to build the Deloitte Cloud Institute, which combines technical training with applied learning. In this episode of the podcast, David Linthicum and guests, Deloitte’s Ranjit Bawa and Myke Miller, discuss the development of the Cloud Institute and how companies can build their own cloud learning centers to create a culture of learning that can close the digital skills gap and help them leverage the cloud’s ability to transform their business.
One of the biggest obstacles that people typically don't talk about: The ability to find skills within their organization to really kind of move into the cloud.Ranjit Bawa Deloitte Consulting LLP’s US Cloud leader has spent nearly two decades designing solutions for some of the world's most technology-centered enterprises.
Myke Miller is the Dean of Deloitte’s Cloud Institute, leading the delivery of an innovative, curated and collaborative learning experience, focused on key Cloud roles, to differentiate Deloitte’s workforce in the Cloud era.
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Because cloud is never just about cloud, a podcast about cloud isn’t either. Our two hosts deliver two unique perspectives to bring you closer to achieving what matters most—your possible.
For Cloud Professionals, hosted by David Linthicum, provides an enterprise-level, strategic look at key issues impacting clients’ businesses. David, ranked as the #1 cloud influencer in a recent Apollo Research report, has published 13 books on computing, written over 5,000 published articles and performed over 500 conference presentations, making his expertise on the power of cloud simply undeniable.
As a pioneer in cloud computing, Mike Kavis leads Architecting the Cloud, which offers insights from the POV of those who’ve had hands-on experience with cloud technology. Mike’s personal cloud journey includes leading the team that built the world's first high-speed transaction network in Amazon's public cloud—a project that ultimately won the 2010 AWS Global Startup Challenge.
With two experts in your ear, you’ll have the content you need to drive the next conversation around cloud. Check out both talk tracks within the Deloitte On Cloud podcast to get the compelling stories on your schedule to help you understand the topics that are reshaping today’s market.
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