IBM announced that it would impart big data training to the students of 28 schools for the 4.4 million jobs, supporting big data, which would be created globally by 2015.
The company has tied up with universities and business schools for the upcoming Fall 2014 semester. It is launching new curricula to provide IT skills to the students.
The rising usage of big data for solving problems and acting accordingly is providing immense opportunities for the students. According to an IBM CFO study, 82 percent are confident that integration of enterprise-wide data will yield results, while only 24 percent believe that their team is working on it.
Arizona State University, Babson College, Boston Univat ersity, Case Western Reserve University, Dakota State University, Illinois Institute of Technology are some of the universities IBM has partnered with.
InfotechLead News Team