Despite the proliferation of cloud computing among segmented markets, the overall industry is experiencing some collaboration challenges, as different regions around the world are implementing rigid usage policies that impair a country's ability to work with other nations in the cloud.
The healthcare industry is rapidly evolving due to the proliferation of mobile devices, electronic medical records and other digital tools that can support remote connectivity without impairing collaboration or overall operations.
As individuals become more familiar with the cloud on a personal level, they will be more inclined to use the technology in the workplace, improving operations, productivity and cost-saving capabilities.
As the private sector makes its way to the cloud, organizations of all sizes are beginning to recognize how the technology can introduce company-specific benefits that will differentiate firms from rivals.
The cloud is quickly gaining momentum in the private and public landscape, as decision-makers around the world recognize the cloud for its flexible qualities and its ability to provide remote access to mission-critical resources.
The communication landscape has changed during the last several years, as employees are no longer bound to use only the traditional business phone system when interacting with clients, colleagues and partners.