DeVry University published this visualization by compiling information from 23 online sources (listed at the bottom of the Infographic) to address the concepts/misconceptions of Cloud Computing. The data is engaging, the design is coherent and the ultimate purpose is to promote learning opportunities the institution can provide to enter this growing field. The use of blues, grays and cloud shapes help reinforce the imagery of the subject matter while breaking up the different sections of the piece.
I like how each of the data points contains superscripts that allow viewers to verify the claims made - a clear signal this was developed by academia. The only drawback seems to be the awkward manner in which the original link displays the graphic on the DeVry.edu site. There is no way to adequately control the magnification. The developers seemed to assume that visitors would know to right-click and save the image as a jpeg and open the visualization in their default viewer. They might have alienated a large number of interested visitors with the lack of viewing options.
Nevertheless, I believe the graphic is a useful way to introduce people to the ideas of Cloud Computing. It could have benefited from providing interactivity such as live links to courses and programs the University offers in the areas that are mentioned where jobs are growing. The data visualization aspects reached the cloud, but their marketing efforts fell back down to earth.