Any mention of storing data in the Cloud a few years ago, people didn't trust it. Fast forward, Cloud is where it's at, for all your data needs. In addition to the arsenal of associated technologies to piece together to form infinite possible solutions. Sometimes it takes a while to adopt change.
So one of the hot topics today is the recent talent shortage. There just aren't enough qualified people to fill open positions throughout the world. Although more emphasis on STEM programs at younger ages, the stigma of being a nerd still exists in schools.
So another hot topics today is the lack of women in IT. Traditionally, IT was staffed by men and some of the cultures revolved around either the "good old boy" mentality or the "bro" mentality. This was two fold, as it prevent women from entering the field and cause some women to exit the field.
So how do we get two birds with one stone. By getting more women in the IT profession by removing the legacy "bro" mentality and teaching girls about STEM early on. Math, Statistics, Science, Project Management, Management, Innovation, Creativity and every other skill in between.
Another factor at play, that needs to be addressed, is Women in Technology need to be assured equal pay for equal work. There's no reason to subvertly discriminate a specific gender in this day and age, when all people are created equal.
So the solution to IT shortage across the globe is to involve girls in the STEM program at early age, remove any stigma associated with "intelligence" and pay people fair value across the board.
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