In response to the pandemic, companies all across the world are adopting cloud computing to ensure their organizations keep running during this crisis. Besides the clear benefits of cloud computing such as cost reduction, and easy data recovery, cloud computing is the best way to ensure your business stays both current and competitive. According to BusinessMatters.uk, top cloud players like AWS, Azure, google cloud are expected to grow bigger by end of 2021 and 60% of companies go server less.
What cloud computing trends are we expected to see in 2021?
Multicloud is the best of both worlds, allowing two or more cloud environments to live in a single network architecture. One of the biggest advantages of the multicloud is avoiding lock-in with one specific cloud vendor. Adopting a mulitcloud strategy enables companies to choose different cloud services from different providers because some are better for certain tasks than others.
- The Use of Virtual Desktops
Considering work from home is far from slowing down, the cloud is making it easier for staff to work from the comfort of their home. The cloud offers the ability for fast internet connections between locations without having to worry about accesses any systems necessary.
- Growth of Artificial Intelligence
We will absolutely see a surge in artificial intelligence considering the cloud is needed for artificial intelligence to receive any information required. There are key benefits of leveraging cloud computing and AI such as cost effectiveness, and increased productivity.
With the rise in cloud computing, it is predicted that we will see a lot changes in the next year. The cloud is and will continue to be the centerpiece of the worlds technical response to the COVID-19 pandemic.