Cloud Computing to Create Nearly Four Million Jobs a Year - Page 2
More than that, this personal Cloud which follows consumers wherever they go is also making companies innovate with new products and special offers, which in themselves are leading into an expansion of services and increase of staff.
Cloud technology is now becoming ubiquitous offering business-critical services such as heavy-load websites, where up-time is a requirement, services from hosting providers at ever more competitive prices. For instance in the UK, United Hosting, a frequent receiver of quality awards by the industry has rolled out a true Cloud-based hosting solution at prices which match those of ordinary server-based hosting. Affordability plays an important part in the uptake of Cloud-based services which in itself drives in the creation of business with better uptimes, more robust web presences and greater Cloud-capability which can be deployed with their own customers.
Development in Cloud-computing is now split evenly across two fronts. On the enterprise side customers are served by traditional global players like Microsoft while on personal Cloud computing the lion’s share of the business goes to companies like Apple and Google who get what the individual wants within a Cloud-based environment.
Job growth and capital spend go hand-in-hand with enthusiasm. Right now the energy and drive being put into Cloud computing are creating a momentum which is very hard to stop. Although we are still in its early days, the Cloud is promising to revolutionize much of the traditional way services are accessed and business is done.