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Fighting the talent shortage, DXC is ready to train APAC employees on multi-cloud

Fighting the talent shortage, DXC is ready to train APAC employees on multi-cloud

Due to the virus outbreak, people and enterprises have learned in a hard way that there is a huge dependency of businesses over technology, cloud technology to be specific.

As remote working is highly preferred in this condition, many businesses are migrating to the cloud to become more flexible, scalable, efficient and secure. Not only is that important in fighting the current crisis, but equally important for operating in a digitized world. 

With this said, finding the right talent and skills is very important and equally difficult. Many technology and business professionals say that there is talent shortage, and it is one of the biggest concerns. In the thick of digital transformation plans, cloud skills are right up there with the most highly-desired among competitive firms scouting talent. 

To fight the shortage of cloud skills, DXC Technology, one of the world’s largest IT services and consulting firms has found a better way. It has planned to train almost 2,000 employees across its team in Southeast Asia and India before the end of the year in areas of cloud architecture, security and operations.

This project is almost similar to an initiative announced for 8000 employees in Australia and New Zealand, making up a total 10,000 employees who are in line to level up on cloud knowledge by the turn of 2021.

“Customers in Asia are looking to rapidly modernize applications, migrate workloads and securely manage multi-cloud environments,” said Muralikrishna Rajagopalan, DXC’s enterprise & cloud applications general manager for Asia. 

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