According to experts and recent statistics, the future looks cloudy. And no, we're not talking about the weather forecast, we're talking about the exciting and emerging cloud computing sector.
In the last decade, cloud computing has grown exponentially. It has become such a huge part of our lives that it's almost become unnoticeable. But, if you've used Google Drive, shared photos with friends or even watched a movie on Netflix this week — then you've been making the most of this technology.
In fact, cloud computing really came into its own over the last two years during the Covid-19 pandemic. Think about it: video conferencing services such as Zoom and Skype saw a huge spike in numbers, and the need to digitally file and share folders amongst office workers was a necessity. Plus, automated software became crucial.
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