Over the next five years, spending on cloud will increase as much as 93 percent. IT sector companies plan to at least partially rely on cloud computing – according to a study by Hornetsecurity.
Experts have no doubts that more and more entities will invest in such a solution. IDC analysts predict that in 2022 spending on cloud infrastructure will increase by 21.7 percent and will amount to $ 90 billion.
The expenditure on the so-called infrastructure will also go up. shared cloud – year on year by over a quarter (to the level of $ 64.5 billion). The companies are to spend on cloud infrastructure this year. and 25.4 billion. And this means an increase of 13 percent. – gives IDC.
Cloud services more popular
The forecasts are in line with the constant upward trend in spending on cloud services. Companies all over the world spent 21.1 billion dollars only in the fourth quarter of last year. for such services (throughout 2021, expenditure on the cloud was 8.8% higher than in 2020). Next year is going to be even better. Gartner estimates that global expenditure on cloud solutions will jump from $332 to $400 billion.
Tomasz Dwornicki, president of Hostersi, a company specialising in providing IT solutions, emphasises that the pandemic is responsible for the increased interest in cloud computing.
“It convinced managers to migrate IT environments to the cloud. Placing applications and processes in the cloud is becoming standard practice and forces enterprises to spend more on computing power” he explains.
Will be even more popular in the coming years
Hornetsecurity research shows that, according to half of the respondents, in five years’ time companies will be “mostly in the cloud”. Only 28 percent. of the surveyed companies declare their readiness to stay with the servers and occasional use of cloud computing.