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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.


Keep Your Cloud-Based Data Safe

The cloud has become a place of choice for storing critical information by many organizations. However, some professionals and organizations have questioned the security of information kept there. The truth, however, is that the internet can be a dangerous place for storage of sensitive information but the same can also be the case with your computer as they also face the same threats as the cloud. A good cloud storage vendor should be able to protect critical information better than you can be able to do on your own. With little planning, it is possible to make use of the benefits that the cloud offers and at the same time make sure that the information of your organization is as safe as possible. Due to the sensitivity of data stored in the cloud, it is important for companies to know how to keep their information safe.


The Impact of Cloud Storage on Data Center Construction

The cloud may seem to be an ephemeral concept, and is marketed as a way to eliminate concerns over storage capacity. But all that data needs to actually be stored somewhere, and that means large data centers are required to serve the storage needs of cloud customers. While cloud customers enjoy the flexibility of storage on demand, their cloud providers do not share that luxury. They need to provide real storage to handle the needs of their clients.


Oracle Not Out of Cloud Game

Oracle is not out of the cloud game, reports Barron’s. While many view Oracle as lagging behind Amazon and Microsoft in the cloud wars, Oracle itself believes it is moving at an appropriate migration pace for its customers.


Is Amazon's AWS Secure

According to Forbes, Oracle’s found Larry Ellison questioned the safety of rival Amazon’s AWS cloud. Ellison claimed that AWS customers can see and access other AWS customers data.


IBM Gains Red Hat

Red Hat, an enterprise open source software solutions provider, is being acquired by IBM, reports Market Watch. This acquisition will position bring an open approach to the cloud for customers.


Hurricane No Match for Cloud

According to Forbes, tech companies were able to harness the power of the cloud to keep tech up and running for companies in the aftermath of hurricane Florence.


Make Identity Management Easy

According to Broadcasting & Cable, users want a single password to log into all their services. The industry needs to make identity management easier for users.


Cloud Computing Competion

According to Investors, the next big thing in computing is Edge Computing and it may just out perform cloud computing. Edge computing seeks to analyze data at or close to its source versus at a far off data center.


Datacenters Not Profitable

Many property companies rushed to enter the datacenter industry, reports the Financial Times. The companies thought that providing rental space for server farms would be a source of easy income. They were wrong.


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