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A recent survey shows that while most Americans are still confused by what cloud computing is, most still use it in everyday life. This is just one of many signs that shows that those in an IT career would be wise to get cloud computing training to become experts in this field.The survey, by Wakefield Research and Citrix, found that 95 percent who think they're not using the cloud actually are and 59 percent believe that the workplace of the future will be housed by cloud computing."Yes, it does matter, and here’s why: many peoples’ jobs are being or will be reshaped by cloud," Forbes said on the issue. "Not just IT professionals, but professionals from a range of disciplines will be expected to know what computing resources they can leverage to get their jobs done."Citrix's study also found that 40 percent of respondents believe that accessing work information from home in their "birthday suit" would be a definite advantage of using cloud computing and 14 percent have already had to pretend to know what the cloud is on a job interview. Organizations and consumers alike are leveraging the cloud right now, so budding and current professionals should seek IT training to take advantage.
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