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Forbes on the development of cloud services in the 2013

The 2013 is in progress. For many companies, the beginning of the year was definitely the time to introduce some changes or decisions about the changes that would take place in the near future.


On the Forbes’ website there were published forecasts in the field of cloud computing for 2013, developed by major research firms, about the oncoming changes for many businesses.  

A few points listed by Forbes relates to increasing use of hosted private clouds and industry-specific clouds, increasing role of mobility, development of cloud brokerage services, among others:  


1. Increase in the number of hosted private clouds, which are neither built in-house, nor they are public services. This year is expected to bring more interest in private clouds managed by a third party outside company, providing more significant savings. One of the specialists from IDC says that for applications that are of critical importance to the company’s performance only the private cloud - assumed most safe, not multi-sourced - can meet all of its legally imposed requirements. In addition, cloud hosting solutions are not limited by cost or time, as may have occurred with the construction of private clouds from scratch.  


2. Cloud and mobility will become one, because a lot of projects in this area are dependent on mobile access to back-end applications. Increasingly, mobile applications are combined with cloud-based services, such as accounting, human resources, etc., which can flexibly correspond with mobile clients, moving workloads from servers. Today, almost every SaaS application in the market has a mobile client.  


3. Personal clouds - PC as a service. According to Gartner, personal computer in the cloud will gradually displace its traditional version, as a location to store personal data, access services and settings. And it can still be called a PC. There will be no dominating platform, technology or provider. Personal clouds will not focus on client device, but on cloud services provided to the device.  


4. Development of cloud brokerage, which according to Gartner means, that will enable enterprises to benefit from offering internally-specific pools of services to their internal users as well as to external business partners.  


5. Increased use of industry cloud and social networking clouds, created to handle specific tasks in healthcare, finance, retail or manufacturing. Each of these has slightly different business needs of security, processes, and compliance with legal requirements governing the industries.  


6. Insufficient number of specialists, resulting mainly from the increased flow of technologies from IT to business and consumers. IT professionals are no longer only the techniques, but they also often function as coordinators of service delivery, contract managers, business analysts etc.