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We Asked, You Answered: What’s Next for Your Business and the Cloud?

The last decade saw huge developments in cloud technology: private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud and more. As we enter the roaring twenties, what cloud innovations lie ahead?

We asked IT leaders across multiple regions and industries for their cloud predictions.

How do you anticipate cloud models and technologies will impact, transform or evolve your organization through 2030?

I anticipate more and more of our applications and services moving to a cloud model, enabling greater connectivity from anywhere with less on-premise infrastructure.

Travis Robertson, Toppan Interamerica, Inc.

I think we will borrow the tracks as the train is coming, rather than spending the time and money building or fixing infrastructure that will not be used often enough.

Christy Rowan-Crook, Bridgestone Americas

We are already a multi-cloud organization, and I can only hope that we have improved security and data protection over the next five years.

Chethan Chandra, SAP Labs India