Agile project management is increasingly how business gets done. The skills acquired through these agile certifications will put you on a path toward career growth.
The agile approach to project management has gained immense popularity across nearly every industry due to its flexibility and emphasis on visualizing projects as discrete parts that can then be delivered quickly in sprints.
Given the demand for speed in today's digital business environment, agile stands out as a project management and software development methodology, helping IT professionals deliver high-quality outcomes quickly - and thereby enhancing their career prospects.
The outlook for cloud careers in 2024 is strong. In fact, a recent report by media outlet CIO.com indicated cloud computing positions are at the top of the list that organizations in the tech space will be looking to fill in 2024.
The news will come as no surprise to those who have been following the development of cloud computing in recent years. Businesses in virtually every sector shifted from the data center to the cloud as they sought to find the flexibility and scalability digital transformation demanded.
The following areas of cloud expertise represent those careers that promise to be in high demand in the coming year.
The networking skills gap stems from tech shifts, generational turnover and hiring complexities. Bridge the gap with skills gained through study, training and employer support.
Networking faces a staff skills gap. This is nothing new -- news about the network skills gap has been around since at least 2000. The rare times without such stories in the news cycle are during recessions or events like the bursting of the tech bubble, when many skilled professionals were out of work.
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