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    Predicting the future of the cloud

     

    Clouds are not always a fluffy and white collection of water drops, and in the technology sector cloud computing has become a big factor for any business. Although its growth has been anticipated, it can be difficult to predict every aspect of the future of cloud computing. Nevertheless, there are some elements that can be analyzed to determine how it will change in the coming years.

     


    Something important that will likely change is the adoption of the cloud by more nonprofits, schools, governments and other organizations. Businesses have flocked to the technology, but there are some industries that have been slower to try it. A comparison of the private sector versus the public sector reveals that they are not using the cloud equally, but this will probably change in the future.

     


    As users become more comfortable with the cloud, they are placing more information online and relying on it for more services. This is likely to continue in the future because companies are using cloud computing in greater amounts on a daily basis. From accounting to human resources, they are turning to the technology to handle more tasks.

     


    Cloud computing has become a standard for many businesses of different sizes, and options continue to increase. Looking back on the developments in previous years, it is easy to predict that new software will continue to be a major factor. With options that include NetSuite, Adaptive Planning and others, businesses can find a variety of programs to help them utilize the cloud. The number of platforms to access the cloud will grow as more companies join the trend and demand change.

     

     

    If cloud usage increases, then better security has to follow to keep up with the threats. In addition, security will become more automated as companies demand easier tools and faster implementation. The threats may become more sophisticated, but developers are already working on various ways to combat them. Encryption will continue to be a popular choice along with other ways to keep data safe from outsiders.

    Cloud computing has always been a global concept with users around the world, but experts believe that Asia will see greater growth in the future. As more developing countries focus on better technology, they will shift to the cloud because of its cost effective nature. An increase in users from other places around the world is also expected, but Asia is expected to have the greatest change.

    References

    http://www.erpguru.com/

     

    http://www.businesstoday.org/articles/2014/01/top-10-predictions-on-the-future-of-the-cloud-in-2014/

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