Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler is Executive Editor for PMG360. He is a technology writer and editor with 20+ years experience delivering high value content to readers and publishers. 

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Here's What We Can Expect for Cloud Computing in 2020

As cloud computing continues to gain fame in the world, many organizations find themselves in an awkward position regarding what the future holds for them. They are still wondering about what the best route forward would be and how they can leverage on the future while keeping their operations up and running. With the demand in cloud computing now on the rise, developments can be too fast and the pace in which they come can be difficult to follow. Despite this, some big trends can be evident and these trends can help companies and individuals to prepare for what is lying ahead and avoid potential disruption.  Below are some of the trends that you should expect in 2020 and the future.

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Cloud Computing Is Not the Cheapest Option

Cloud computing platforms have been marketed for years as a cheaper option. However, despite the popularity that the cloud has gained, the truth is that organizations still face challenges as they try to manage costs. According to a study by Flexera, a company that offers IT management software, 84 percent of companies find optimization of cloud costs a challenge, while a survey in 2019 also revealed that organizations underestimate their wastage when it comes to cloud computing. This shows that the advantages of using cloud are not always clear, and the cost ends up being more than what companies anticipate.

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Data Leaking from Clouds Needs to be Stopped

Poorly configured cloud environments are proving to be the source of data breaches and leaks. This raises serious concerns for companies that have migrated their operations to the cloud. The number of leaks has increased significantly over the past few years, while the potential impact that they pose to organizations also has risen. Sadly, many of these leaks end up going unnoticed depending on the size of the party affected or the sensitivity of data leaked. Over the past few years, some organizations such as Facebook among others, have had data subjected to potential abuse due to misconfiguration issues.

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