Large enterprises worldwide are losing out on $258 million per year due to a lack of cloud expertise, according to a new report by Vanson Bourne commissioned by cloud managed services company Rackspace in collaboration with LSE academics and sponsorship from Intel.

The study found that the cloud skills gap is stifling creativity, with two thirds (65 percent) of 950 IT professionals and 950 IT decision makers surveyed worldwide in April and May 2017 saying they could bring greater innovation to their organization with the right cloud insight.

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