There’s plenty of great cloud industry news lately!
From increased adoption rates by enterprises to easier migration solutions, things keep looking up for the cloud and those who take advantage of it.
Here’s three recent articles about the continued successful rise of cloud computing:
InfoWorld: Wake up! The private cloud fantasy is over
Private clouds have peaked and their growth will slow as enterprises increasingly focus on public clouds.
Tech.co: 7 Reasons Why Startups Should Migrate to the Cloud
Businesses that migrate to the cloud have proven to be more agile and effective, especially when they can scale their IT infrastructure.
Rackspace: Cloud Migration vs. IT Transformation
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There’s no denying it: The cloud continues to gain momentum with enterprises. How is your business using the cloud? What do you think the next big cloud innovation will be?
— Rebecca Peng is the marketing co-op at Sonian. She is a student at Northeastern University and pursuing a combined degree in Information Science and Business Administration.
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