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January 17, 2013

Data Will Be the New Cloud Computing 'Oil' in 2013: Ovum

In step with other analyst predictions, research firm Ovum (News - Alert) forecasts that 2013 will see cloud computing continue to grow rapidly it builds momentum, evolving fast and becoming increasingly “enterprise-grade.”

While it is still the days of infancy for vendors and enterprises alike, cloud computing has the potential to tackle “irreconcilable IT challenges,” according to Ovum’s “2013 Trends to Watch: Cloud Computing” report.

“Cloud computing promises to tackles two hitherto irreconcilable IT challenges: the need to reduce costs and the need to boost innovation,” Laurent Lachal, senior analyst at Ovum Software, said in a statement. “It takes a lot of effort from vendors and enterprises to actually make it work, and they will succeed in making it work in 2013, both on their own and as part of increasingly complex ecosystems... Read More

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