According to one CIO at a tech staffing and consulting firm quoted on CNN Money's website, a big part of the reason why the IT field currently has such a low unemployment rate is because of the creation of cloud computing jobs.

Bob Cuneo, CIO at Eliassen Group, a consulting and tech staffing firm, said starting at the end of last year, his company saw a double-digit increase in requests for network architects and systems administrators in the cloud computing field. He said unemployment among those in the IT field is at about 3 percent, far lower than the rest of the United States, and a big reason is cloud computing jobs.

Cuneo said the right combination of skills are hard to find, but the right candidate would have multiple certifications and would have to be versatile and well-versed in business issues like strategy and legal liability due to the new environment that the cloud is creating. He said new hires usually have a broad range of skills, such as project management and risk management.

The Fortune article points out that spending is not poised to end anytime soon. A study by IDC shows that public cloud computing services spending will hit $72.9 billion in 2015, up from last year's $21.5 billion. That's an annual growth rate of 27.6 percent, according to the research company.