While cloud computing is often associated with its ability to improve data and application management in the private sector, this is not the technology's only capability.
While cloud computing will continue to be adopted throughout next year, 2013 will introduce some changes to the market that will change the hosted services landscape forever.
Companies of all sizes are accumulating, storing and trying to make sense of growing amounts of information to improve operations and meet ongoing customer demands.
The ongoing migration of work-related operations to the 3rd Platform has inundated the IT landscape, convincing decision-makers around the world to leverage innovative technologies to remain competitive.
While Platform and Infrastructure as a Service cloud models are garnering significant attention in the private sector, it is Software as a Service that is truly picking up speed.
While cloud computing has garnered a significant amount of attention during the past several years, industry experts are curious as to where the market is headed in 2013.
While cloud computing has always been a leading technology for cost savings, there are some measures decision-makers can take to enhance these benefits.
Today's business has a lot of information in its possession, including data accumulated through advanced social media solutions, as well as customer records the company has had for a long time.
The market for cloud services in the United States is rapidly building on itself and extending its borders throughout the entire private sector.
The healthcare industry is slowly migrating operations to the cloud, as administrators recognize the potential benefits the technology can yield toward big data initiatives.
As cloud computing gains momentum in the business world, federal agencies are alsoÂ beginning to recognize how they can use the hosted services to improve operations.