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    In addition to above mentioned progress,
    A lot of organizations will aim to develop their own cloud setup in-house. Providing them the flexibility to make necessary changes and more control over the architecture.
    Also a lot of copycats or Cloud Washers will emerge.
    The need for bulky hardware for personal computing will go down.

    I believe many concerns for Data security and theft will also arise in 2013.....
    Any thought on this statement?

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    I guess Several questions will still remain this following year such as data control and data security in corporate environment where SLAs and TOS standards continue to be an issue for cloud server hosting providers.
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    Do you think this is because the Idea of CLOUD is misunderstood by many customers and misguided by many hosting providers?
    It is believed that the Cloud architecture is designed never to fail.... but it uses the current hardware components only and Face the same limitations.
    Also Providers setting a very high user expectation when selling a "cloud" end up disappointing the users due to implementation issues of the architecture.

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    @CJ-BOD

    Cloud computing is terribly misunderstood. What would be more important is cloud computing solution providers should clarify to those clueless customers what their cloud computing service represents. The issue then would only remain for customers to understand different platforms of cloud.
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    2013 will not be an easy one for traditional IT players. A lot of managed hosting companies are still struggling to find a solid position in the cloud market. Should they attack a market of IaaS / PaaS being controlled by Amazon, Google, MS Azure, IBM SmartCloud?

    Can traditional hosting companies succeed in cloud against these large manufacturers and technology providers, when the acceleration of the cloud is not a cakewalk for them either!

    Those web hosting companies are offering cloud services with other traditional hosting packages are already suffering to stay afloat in the cloud market. I really do not have a good view of their ability to stand in 2013. Because well established service providers will not left a space for them, as their mechanisms of innovating new rules of the cloud is pretty strong.

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    Cloud computing is still far from having won all businesses. However, cloud wave is reflected positively first by a wider acceptance of large sized IT companies. This trend will surely continue.

    According to Gartner, cloud computing is currently in first position in which IT companies must invest. The Gartner also focused on the geography of cloud services. If America is largely the first region in the world to use cloud services (Specifically North America it is expected to grow by 61% at the end of 2016), emerging Asia / Pacific, including India, China, Europe (including Russia) and Latin America (including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico) are expected to grow rapidly in 2013.

    This kind of studies are sign that sooner or later cloud computing solutions will take the place of traditional hosting solutions, as it is based on pay for what you use model.

    In addition, benefits cloud brings are widely recognized by decision makers of many companies, especially for its scalability and agility.

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