Quest Technology Management

Helping clients manage their technology for over 30 years.

Helping your clients close the IT talent gap

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If you have a sense that your clients’ struggles with the IT talent gap have intensified lately, you’re on to something. Among North American IT decision-makers, 75% say they face a skills shortage, and few expect it to ease over the next two years.

How the IT talent gap hurts

Not all IT talent gaps are created equal. Cybersecurity and cloud computing skills are most in demand and there’s little relief in sight. By 2022, the cybersecurity workforce gap will stand at 1.8 million. Lack of IT talent also plagues cloud computing, big data, analytics, and information management.

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Helping your clients toward IT resilience

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Now that a hefty majority of enterprise systems, applications, and workloads are considered mission- or business-critical, discussions about business continuity and disaster recovery focus on IT resilience architectures employing multiple geographically-distributed data centers that use live application failover to prevent downtime.
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Cloud best practices that strengthen security and performance

Strengthen Security and Performance by Quest

As I mentioned in my last post, organizations increasingly use multiple cloud services and hybrid clouds.

Boosting cloud security with infrastructure and standards

Cloud services providers are also deploying new cloud technologies like automation, microservices, containers, and so on, that boost cloud performance and make public cloud services as secure, or even more secure, than traditional on-premises environments.
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