Cloud Computing Drifts that Will Expound the Year Ahead
FREMONT, CA: The insights from LogicMonitor’s Cloud Vision 2020: The Future of the Cloud Study suggests by 2020, 83% of enterprise workload will be in the cloud. The challenges enterprises witness in digitally transforming their business models are the leading contributors to this massive Cloud computing adoption. The technology is helping business reduce its cost, that contributes so much to their efforts in increasing efficiency. When speaking of flexibility, the cloud allows systems to be flexible enough to accommodate changes in the organization’s demands and requirements; thus hassles of migration to a more extensive system is eliminated. Cloud is still offering promise for the enterprises, and listed below are the most anticipated ones that cloud has in its store.
• Backup and Disaster Recovery
The business can be still vulnerable to security attacks, even with all the necessary security features in place. Fortunate that new developments in cloud technology are in back and data recovery. Losing all data due to a technical glitch or human error is a significant risk. But the cloud is proving against this and proclaiming to be not only practical but also very easy to implement. Data backup is never considered a set and forget solution but requires regular maintenance to ensure an appropriate facility to the company.
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• Integration of Artificial Intelligence
Efficiency is always a buzzword when it comes to business processes. Artificial Intelligence comes to help at this point, by making the whole process a lot more efficient by omitting labor-intensive tasks, including copying and transferring information. The use of artificial intelligence in cloud computing is expected to rise in the years ahead. The amalgamation of both technologies is the intelligent cloud. It is potential for processing big data with greater efficiency and speed. It is mostly adopted in industries to reduce human workloads.
• Cloud Security
Cloud computing security is a bundle of policies, technologies and procedures working together to protect cloud-based systems, infrastructure and data. The security in cloud consists of network security, physical security, measuring endpoint security and communication encryption.
The rise in cloud computing adoption continues to accelerate with technological innovations and rising trends. It is able of providing better security, storage and helps in better decision making. The above trends are sure to automate the business, thus reducing labor and machine complexity.
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