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March 05, 2012
Cloud Computing Creating Millions Of Jobs
By Drew Bowling
According to a new study by IDC, the growth of cloud computing is on track to create nearly 14 million new jobs globally by 2015. IDC's research, which was commissioned by Microsoft, predicts revenues from cloud innovation could reach $1.1 trillion per year by 2015, which, combined with cloud efficiencies, will drive significant organizational reinvestment and job growth.

"The cloud is going to have a huge impact on job creation," says Susan Hauser, Microsoft corporate vice president of the Worldwide Enterprise and Partner Group. "It's a transformative technology that will drive down costs, spur innovation, and open up new jobs and skillsets across the globe."

One way in which the cloud is helping companies to be more innovative is by freeing up IT managers to work on more mission-critical projects.

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