Netpremacy Global Services Reveal 5 Cloud Computing Trends from Gartner and IDC That Will Shake Up and Shape 2013

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Netpremacy announce leading analyst insights from IDC, Gartner and collate this information to produce the most likely trends of 2013, these five cloud computing forecasts for 2013 should help organisations plan strategic IT decisions and understand growth opportunities.

Increased adoption of cloud-based computing is expected to impact the way security is consumed as well as how key government agencies will prioritize security of public cloud infrastructure - Gartner

In 2012, the cloud gained a lot of ground in terms of the number of businesses that adopted cloud computing. IDC recently announced that they expect the value of the cloud market to increase as much as 130 percent to $43 billion in 2016. "Increased adoption of cloud-based computing is expected to impact the way security is consumed as well as how key government agencies will prioritize security of public cloud infrastructure," was the take from Gartner analysts Ruggero Contu, Lawrence Pingree, and Eric Ahlm in their predictions forecast.

Netpremacy Global Services have produced an article which collates leading analyst insights into an easy-to-read document to enable small and large organisations alike to make decisions for the year ahead. Please see the file attached to access the full document.

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