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Top 10 tech skills for 2010

(Jody Gilbert, TechRepublic) What areas should you focus on over the next year? This survey-based list highlights the 10 most sought-after IT skills.

At the end of last year, the Global Knowledge/TechRepublic 2010 Salary Survey asked, “What skill set will your company be looking to add in 2010?”. The skills listed by respondents include a mix of perennial favorites and cutting edge technologies. Here’s the complete list:
  1. Project management
  2. Security - It’s a never-ending game of cat and mouse for security professionals, and 2009 proved to be another fun-filled year. According to Symantec’s Security and Storage Trends to Watch report, the number of spam messages containing malware increased ninefold, to represent more than 2% of emails.
  3. Network administration - Networking administration skills never lose their luster.
  4. Virtualization — Cloud - With the cloud computing space now taking shape, it’s difficult for enterprises to find pros with substantial relevant experience.[...]
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