Preeminent Cloud Trends In 2017!


Along with mobile, social and analytics, models and technologies also have acquired the place of core inciter of current digital age, and while the cloud market is maturing day by day, its cooperation with analytics and data suggests that there are a plenty of fortuity for cloud in coming years. Today, the cloud is widely known as a major force in modifying the complete landscape of IT. From the software deployment to building data centres, cloud computing, manages everything.

Certainly, IT is playing an imperative role in today’s trending business, and cloud computing is changing the ways a company operates. Most of the companies are using cloud-based platforms and software to lower IT complexity, streamline the processes, reduce costs and gain better visibility.

Cloud Trends 2017

With the current pace of cloud computing, we have listed five trends that every company should watch to gain its disruptiveness.

Cloud Computing will continue growing

Today, maximum organisations use cloud-based applications, and more than ten percent are planning to adopt just because cloud computing is poised for dramatic growth and no one wants to lag in the race of being numero uno. The growth is going to be big in the upcoming years a recent study by Forbes shows that the cloud services will grow by 19.4% and will fetch nearly $141Billion by 2019. It means that cloud services are on its way to becoming the most desirable technology for organisations.

Phones as the future of Cloud services

Today, most of the people use smartphones to access internet services across the world instead sitting on the tables using desktops. It’s more convenient to use mobiles as you can carry them along wherever you go, and they demand flexibility which is the key reason for the growth of cloud computing.

Cloud’s anywhere, anytime access applications are ideal for workforces as everyone can access their work from anywhere in the world with a primary internet connection. It is a clear choice for the people who are always on the go as they can just log into an application and complete their work on the cloud. Most of the companies have realised that cloud computing is a convenient and efficient way to manage business data and are demanding applications build on its platform. The demand is not going down at least in next 20 years.

The cloud will become more global

Already, most of the companies are using cloud computing as their day to day tool for data. As cloud services continue evolving, there will be a whole new era of collaboration and communications across all types of organisations. It’ll mean there will be a rolling thunderstorm of cloud computing usage across the world for multi-language interfaces and multi-currency financial tools.

Frictionless Companies

The cloud is ideal for breaking the barriers between individual staff members and departments as it simplifies the communication and provides accurate information. Companies using cloud computing will experience fewer obstacles in interaction, thus losing friction of the things that slows them down. For example, real-time data and automated supply chains that are helping companies getting frictionless.

Social tools result in collaboration to cloud

Applications based on cloud computing aren’t just better and flexible than an old software, but they are social too. It is vital because people expect to have a social tool such as forums, chat or blogging that can improve the collaboration. That day is not far when people will want to use this till to communicate with fellow prospects, customers and employees.

Cloud software will soon be an integral part of how a company will manage business data and will continue having effects on business operations. Let us know what you think of the future of cloud computing.

 

Sophia Phillips has been working as a professional in WordPrax Ltd. – WordPress theme customization company and loves sharing information about leveraging multiple benefits of WordPress CMS in the best possible manner. Currently, she has an impressive count of WordPress web development-related articles under her name.

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