Where does Forrester see cloud computing in 2013?

With 2013 just around the corner, it’s not surprising to see many companies rolling out their 2013 tech predictions – and it’s even less of a surprise that cloud computing features heavily.

Analyst house Forrester has revealed its top 10 cloud computing predictions for next year, with all the contributors to the Forrester cloud playbook giving their view before narrowing down their insight to the best 10 enterprise ...

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pfretty
12 Dec 2012, 3:18 p.m.

“Do the math, understand the economics, and monitor and optimise as your use evolves.” This resonates with most firms who have truly enjoyed the benefits associated and touted as possible with cloud computing. Like most investments, sustainable success hinges on a firm's dedication to properly mapping out a strategic plan. In what situations does cloud make sense? As you mentioned, how crucial are the SLAs for these particular deployments? Which makes the most sense public, private or hybrid? VMWare and HP have a free needs assessment tool available (j.mp/vmvirt) designed to help SMBs get started.

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RajeebBanerjee
24 Dec 2012, 9:15 p.m.

The cloud is in and most enterprises will host the critical applications/ dbs/ middleware etc. on a private cloud, while the rest will find space in public clouds.

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