Where’s cloud computing headed this year? The experts lay down their cards

Edge computing, vertical clouds, a profusion of multicloud options and the end of on-premises backup.

Those are a few of the prognostications being put forward by cloud computing pundits and information technology providers amid the flood of predictions that jam our inbox at this time each year. Here are a few of them, along with my own takes. For more, check out theCUBE on Cloud, SiliconANGLE’s first digital editorial event, on Jan. 21.


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