Recent reports have revealed that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is apparently looking to hire more executives to help the company run its iCloud service. These reports have come as client data storage along with access to the same data has been given emphasis by the company.
Apparently Apple was in the lookout for executives that are knowledgeable with web-based services in order to facilitate the management and expansion of the services offered by the iCloud service. Apple is reportedly planning to offer iCloud apps that will make it unnecessary for people to lug around a good number of devices.
The reports have also indicated that a well-known Internet entrepreneur was approached by the company and was briefed on the needs of the company. This was apparently indicated by sources that have some knowledge about the matter linked to the iCloud service of Apple.
This search for high level executives for the iCloud service follows the recent launch of the iTunes Match of Apple which allows the storage of music tracks on a cloud which allow users to access them through any device that features iTunes.
This cloud feature has an annual fee of around $25 and is reportedly the next big thing in the music experience of users where the music is accessed just about anywhere.
The iCloud service of Apple offers storage options for the content of users which allow users to add, change of view their contacts, calendar events as well as allow them to store content.
The recent search by Apple for executives for its iCloud service seems to demonstrate that the company aims to make its readiness certain for the expected increase in the services offered by the iCloud. Apple was able to get the service of Scott Noteboom, the chief of the Global Data Center Infrastructure of Yahoo last month.
Apple has apparently spent around $1 billion for its data center which has started to earn the nickname the orchard. Speculations have emerged that the data center will be used to provide power to the iCloud services of Apple.