The cloud technology segment in the IT industry is constantly growing. The new solutions are used in both business and private life and are already familiar to almost every Internet user. But in our review, we will talk about why cloud solutions are so attractive for business, why they should be used, and which trend areas you can pay attention to first of all.
According to a study by IDG, in 2020, 81% of companies said that they used cloud technologies, whereas, in 2018, only 73% answered positively to this question. And more than 70% of organizations have at least one business application hosted in the cloud. Experts are sure that this is just the beginning. And their white label cloud services have more benefits for your subscribers and business.
According to a study conducted by Spiceworks analysts, 75% of the respondents use cloud services for web hosting, 55% of users need them to improve the performance of their IT infrastructure, 54% host email in the clouds, and 45% people filter using the cloud.
The first to appreciate all these advantages were large international companies that have sufficient budgets to experiment with new technologies. For example, in 2012, the Heineken concern coordinated its advertising campaign using the MS Azure cloud platform. Henkel, using the same Azure, managed to transfer 40 thousand of its employees to the new version of Microsoft Office in less than six months.
Small and medium businesses quickly followed the giants. In 2015, cloud technologies were already used by about 40% of small companies. And due to the pandemic and the general transition to a remote work format, 2020 has given an additional powerful impetus to the use of the cloud.
There are the reasons why cloud storage solutions are in demand, and the list could expand even further:
Of course, like any technology, clouds are not universal. They have their own application characteristics, but we do believe that these boundaries and limitations will disappear very soon.
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