Cloud Computing Predictions: Checking in On the Crystal Ball
With 2015 more than half way over, will the cloud industry meet analysts’ predictions? Is the industry on track to achieve the analysts’ projections for 2016 and beyond? Find out during this exclusive, live Talkin’ Cloud webcast. Read on to learn more.
The Computerworld Forecast Study 2015 estimated security, cloud computing and analytics will lead IT spending. Gartner predicted cloud computing will be the bulk of new IT spend by 2016. IDC projected that by 2017, 35% of new applications will use cloud-enabled, continuous delivery and enabled by faster DevOps life cycles to streamline rollout of new features and business innovation. Cisco predicted by 2018, 59% of the total cloud workloads will be Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
“There is no question traction in the cloud is picking up momentum. We are seeing it across the majority of our client segments,” says Jeromy Siebenaler, vice president, chief cloud architect for Insight. “Progressive companies and IT organizations are learning how to best leverage the value of the various cloud computing models in the market today. And they’re applying what they have learned, and taking actions in building and executing their cloud strategies.”
Join us to hear more from Siebenaler about where cloud computing is today and where it will be in the future. Also, Talkin’ Cloud will unveil the latest edition of the TC100, the annual ranking of the largest cloud companies in business. Learn firsthand who tops this year’s list, who made leaps ahead and what trends are emerging in the market.
In particular, this webcast will examine:
- Top trends in the industry
- Market growth and development
- Vertical markets targeted by providers
- The most popular SaaS services offered
- Most widely used platforms
- Obstacles to growth and more
Did your company make the list? Or perhaps your nemesis?