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  • 1. Networking Skills in Latin AmericaResults Presentation prepared for:Cisco Networking Academy January 2013 Copyright IDC. Reproduction is forbidden unless authorized. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Project Overview: Objectives •  To demonstrate the networking skills gap for eight specified countries within Latin America, and across Latin America in aggregate. •  Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela •  To identify variations between Network skills demand in Essential and Emerging Technologies. •  Essential: Routing, Switching, Wireless, VOIP, Security Skills •  Emerging: UC, Video, Cloud, Mobile, Data Center Virtualization •  Ultimately, to illustrate the impact that future demand for networking skills will have on the current need for increased essential skills development.© IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   3-13 2
  • 3. Project Overview: Approach •  IDC utilized numerous sources to estimate the skills gap in Latin America. •  IDC forecasts •  Demand-side interviews – Nearly 800 (encompassing multiple size & vertical industry segments) •  Publically available metrics – GDP, labor statistics, etc. •  Supply-side interviews – to validate assumptions and provide an additional checkpoint. •  IDC constructed a highly detailed model that relied on multiple inputs to estimate the supply and demand for various levels of networking skills in eight key countries in Latin America.© IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   3-13 3
  • 4. Networking Skills’ Gap Analysis: Fast Facts 350,000 296,200 Total 300,000 250,000 EmergingSkills Gap 200,000 Essential 139,800 Total 150,000 Supply of essential networking skills must be sufficient to 100,000 fill both the current demand, and also account for matriculation of staff 50,000 to roles that require emerging networking skills. ! 0 2011 2015 © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   3-13 4
  • 5. Overview of Total Network SkillsDemand in 2015 by Country % Skills Gap in 2015 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0© IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   3-13 5
  • 6. Total Networking Skills Gap Overall: Gap is Growing between “Supply” and “Demand” 900,000 800,000 Supply and Demand(Total Networking Skills) Gap range is 27% to 700,000 Demand 35% for 2011 to 2015 600,000 respectively. 500,000 400,000 Impact: Supply •  Greater risk in adoption 300,000 •  Greater use of 200,000 consultants •  Higher cost of staff 100,000 •  Slower adoption of 0 technologies 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Gap Supply © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   3-13 6
  • 7. Network Skill Supply/Gap by Segment Total Networking Skills 1,000,000 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 - 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Supply Gap Essential Networking Skills Emerging Networking Skills600,000 400,000500,000 300,000400,000300,000 200,000 Gap200,000 100,000100,000 - - 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Supply Gap Supply Gap © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   3-13 7
  • 8. Technology Growth:New Solutions Driving Investments New Networking Solutions Revenue Growth $M (2011-2015)* $7,000 CAGR ‘12-’15 Data Center- Virtualization $6,000 technologies 14% $5,000 Mobility technologies 9% $4,000 Cloud Computing 77% $3,000 technologies $2,000 Video technologies 34% $1,000 Unified Communications 8% $- technologies $M 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 *Data comes from IDC’s internal quarterly tracking •  In 2012, the ICT industrys shift to its third major platform of growth — built on mobile, cloud, social, and Big Data technologies — has accelerated, forcing the industrys leaders to make bold investments and fateful decisions. •  "Mobility wins" will be the top theme of the year as mobile devices out ship PCs by more than 2 to 1 and generate more revenue than PCs for the first time. •  Big Data will join mobile and cloud as the next "must have" competency as the volume of digital content grows.© IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   Source: IDC Latin America Unified Communications Tracker, Cloud Solutions and Enterprise Mobility – 2012 3-13 8
  • 9. Factors Impacting Skill Demand: Horizontal and Cross-technology SkillsQUESTION: Are you expecting to need new or extra skills in the following areas in the next 12-24 months? 65% 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% General networking skills (maintenance & operations) 85% PC hardware and software skills 80% Network design and architecture 73% Essential Technologies Security skills 87% Wireless network skills 82% IP telephony and IP network skills (VoIP) 73% Data center networking skills 80% Emerging Understanding how applications, such as unified messaging and video conferencing 78% Technologies can impact business Cross technology skills (i.e. multiple technology skills in same person) 81% Cross Understand how the network can enable and impact business 80% TechnologiesBase= All respondents N=767 © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   Source: Networking Skills in Latin America – IDC 2012 3-13 9
  • 10. Factors Impacting Skill Demand: Perceived Value of Certifications has Grown QUESTION: Do you believe that it will become more valuable for you in the future for people in your organization with networking skills to have professional certification? [SINGLE SELECT] For IT professionals, certification is an important motivational factor. Not at all important 1% Slightly important 3% In the realm of new technologies and the growing adoption of outsourced network services,Neither Important nor professional certifications have 7% Unimportant become very valuable across all verticals. Important 31% Especially of note are: Financial, Government, Health, Education, Travel/Transport/Distribution, as well as Telecom. Very Important 58% Base=All Respondents 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% N=767 © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   Source: Networking Skills in Latin America – IDC 2012 3-13 10
  • 11. Skills Demand Growth - Overall Networking: Networking Skills Outpace Technology Growth Total Networking Skills Growth in Total Networking Skills Gap 2012-2015 Latin America, (2011-2015) 400,000900,000 296,163800,000 300,000700,000 174,866 200,000600,000 100,000500,000400,000 0 Demand 2012 2013 2014 2015300,000 Supply200,000 The evolution of technology100,000 necessitates more essential skills - to address additional demand for 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 skills to support emerging technologies – particularly in security and data center technologies. Growth skill gap means there will be 2 unfilled positions for each employed professional in security and data center technologies by 2015 © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   Source: Networking Skills in Latin America – IDC 2012 3-13 11
  • 12. Skill Demand Growth – Essential Networking: Security Skills Fuel Growth Essential Networking Skills Gap in Essential Skills Gap 2012-2015 Latin America, (2011-2015) 150,000 129,107600,000 91,958500,000 100,000400,000 50,000300,000 - 2012 2013 2014 2015200,000 Demand100,000 Supply - 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 For professionals with a base level of networking skills, IDC projects that in 2012, 68% will add security skills, 22% will add wireless, and 10% will add VOIP technologies skills. © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   Source: Networking Skills in Latin America – IDC 2012 3-13 12
  • 13. Skill Demand Growth – Emerging: New Technologies Drive the Skills Growth Emerging Skills Gap 2012-2015 Emerging Networking Skills Gap in 200,000 Latin America (2011-2015) 167,056350,000 150,000300,000 100,000 82,908250,000 50,000200,000 - 2012 2013 2014 2015150,000100,000 IDC anticipates that staff with Demand 50,000 essential networking skills will Supply be called upon to augment - their skill set to support 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 emerging technologies. The rapid adoption of new technologies will place increasingly greater demand on companies to find staff with the skills necessary to extract the maximum value from technology investments. © IDC Visit  us  at  IDC.com  and  follow  us  on  Twi5er:  @IDC   Source: Networking Skills in Latin America – IDC 2012 3-13 13