Apple Hunting for Web-Software Executives

Wall Street Journal recently reported that Apple is keen to develop its cloud storage services under the supervision of highly experienced, qualified and top level execs. To accomplish the task, Apple is eagerly looking for executives with “backgrounds in web-based software.”

According to sources cited by WSJ, Apple has already approached one of the “prominent Internet entrepreneurs” within last twelve months and has also been in talks with recruiters to advance the search for qualified candidates. Although, we are not yet sure of the details of the available positions and specifications that Apple discussed with recruiters, one thing is certain that Apple wants to develop his cloud storage services via senior appointment.

Over the recent few years, the cloud-based hosting has become a vital component of the consumer mobile experience. The technology enables users to access their files and data from several available devices, hence emphasizing the progressive role of smartphones, tablets and other related devices used to explore the world of web.

Cloud technology isn’t new and it has been in charge for quite some time now. However, the major tech giants including Apple, Google, Microsoft and other tech firms are now focusing more on the technology, considering the importance of modern application of it. Once the technology was considered as only the theoretical possibility, but now it has become extremely easy to store files and data remotely across several computing devices. It has truly simplified the end-user experience.

Another report from WSJ also emphasizes the Apple’s intention towards developing its cloud storage services. According to reports, the company has already doubled its ‘Internet and Web’ related jobs over the last couple of years. We have already seen a push in cloud-related job vacancies from Google and Facebook.

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