Cloud computing has permanently shifted how modern businesses operate. 96 percent of companies rely on the cloud, and that number will only continue to grow.
Cloud computing alters the way companies interact with their data and applications. Instead of being stored on local hard drives or network servers, data and applications are stored on a remote host that can be accessed at any time from any location using the internet and a simple web browser.
The growth of cloud technologies has also spurred a massive volume of data. Big data describes data sets so large and complex that they are impractical to manage with traditional software tools. Collecting, storing, handling and analyzing these large data sets requires the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of the cloud.
Cloud training from New Horizons Toronto gives companies confidence that their IT employees have the skills to deploy and manage modern cloud and big data technologies. For IT professionals, cloud training builds a solid foundation of high-demand skills that validate your expertise and set you apart from other job candidates.
Cloud and big data training helps IT professionals gain:
- Credibility and respect among employers and peers
- Confidence to enter the IT industry and start applying to jobs
- A competitive edge over job candidates with little or no formal training
- The experience needed to pursue technical certifications that many companies require for employment
- The skills to implement new cloud technologies and increase their value to an organization
Comprehensive Toronto cloud and big data training from New Horizons offers hands-on training for every expertise level, including:
- Entry-level IT professionals
- Cloud administrators
- Cloud architects
- System administrators
- Data scientists
- Data analysts
Whether you’re an experienced cloud professional or just beginning your IT career, expert-led cloud and big data training opens the door to new career possibilities.
Discover New Horizons Toronto cloud training courses for all the major cloud vendors, including Microsoft, Amazon, VMware and more.