With International Women’s Day being all about celebrating the cultural, economic, political and social achievements of women, it highlights the issue of women in technology, which remains a contentious one. Recent research from WISE, which campaigns for gender balance in science, technology and engineering, found that women only make up just 17 per cent of all IT professionals in the UK. Montash Recruitment Consultant Sadiye Booker has shared her exper...
Everyone is talking about the cloud…
“The cloud” seems to be a buzzword at the moment; but what does it really mean, and how is it benefiting companies? In the simplest terms, cloud computing means storing, processing or accessing data remotely through the internet instead of your computer’s hard drive.
How does it benefit an organisation?
Whether it’s a small company, a medium enterprise or a global business, most organisations can benefit from the cloud. In the past, companies would have to build, manage and maintain a large estate of infrastructure. Utilising these services via the cloud often means that costly upfront investments no longer have to be made. There are other benefits as well, such as pooling processing power, quickly scaling up and down, and flexibility with regards to access.
Furthermore, cloud computing can improve collaboration efficiency as it enables you to communicate and share content outside of traditional methods, and can enable you to keep up to date with the latest version of a software without costly upgrade projects.
How rapid is the change?
More and more organisations are moving services and applications into the cloud; it’s happening now, and it’s happening quickly.
What are the challenges faced by the industry?
Security is one of the main challenges faced by the industry. Whether you have a private, public or hybrid cloud, confidential data and information will reside outside of the company’s firewall, which can be difficult to adapt.
The other main challenge is securing the right talent to help guide and move organisations into the cloud. Cloud computing is rapidly evolving, and the availability of good talent is struggling to keep up.
How can Montash Help?
Montash in an Award Winning Recruitment Enterprise and we have experienced recruitment consultants with extensive candidate networks in cloud computing. These consultants understand the challenges that clients often face and thus they can identify and attract the right talent.
We are specialists within SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS; we focus on particular technologies
- Amazon AWS
We have partnered with Global Enterprises, ISV & Cloud Vendors as well as smaller businesses across Europe and as such we understand our clients’ needs and feel confident that we would be able to successfully partner with them on their cloud journey.
Technical Architect - Data Centre Migration
München (81249), Bayern | Salary: €750 - €850 per day + negotiable
North West England | Salary: £500 - £550 per day + Negotiable
Lead Cloud Architect - AWS / Azure
London | Salary: Negotiable
Cloud Architect (AWS)
Berlin | Salary: €90 - €110 per hour