Cloud computing is on the rise and has grown to be a $257 billion industry. As more industries are adapting to cloud technology, it's important for organizations to keep up with these developments. Cloud computing can improve security, business agility, data storage and processing power which all contribute towards an organization's success. As artificial intelligence becomes more advanced in 2025 and beyond we will see new advances that will continue the growth of cloud technology. There are three main ways AI can impact future cloud services:
- AI democratization helps to make it more accessible for the masses.
- Fostering AI-powered transformation for businesses by cutting adoption costs and encouraging co-creation and innovation.
- Adoption of continuously improving algorithms and techniques to strengthen cloud security for future years to come.
Cloud computing is booming and it is going to get better in 2025 and beyond. With developments in artificial intelligence we will see a range of new advances. Important for organizations to keep up with these developments. Cloud computing can improve security, business agility, data storage and processing power which all contribute towards an organization's success. As artificial intelligence becomes more advanced in 2025 and beyond we will see new advances that will continue the growth of cloud technology. Improvements in storage capacity and the growing need for decentralized storage are just a few of the many changes to come. As cloud technology advances in 2025 and beyond, organizations will need to adopt best practices in order to stay on top of these developments.
The need for greater computing power in fields such as genetic engineering, genomic research and healthcare will accelerate the use of cloud computing and drive down the cost of conducting advanced research benefiting humanity.
The growth in the demand for security is another factor which will contribute to the growth of cloud technology, with predictions showing that by 2025, two-thirds of all workloads will be classified as sensitive or confidential. With increased use comes increased risk so it's imperative that organizations have robust security measures in place to mitigate risks. As more people are switching over to the cloud there are also some important considerations on how your data is stored and processed. The more you entrust your data to third party vendors such as Amazon, Microsoft or Google the higher security vulnerabilities that you create. Security experts should be mindful of the potential risks when considering the cloud.
With developments in artificial intelligence we will see a range of new advances. This includes automatic software updates and more sophisticated adaptive security measures such as predicting cyber-attacks and data leaks before they happen based on past events and vulnerabilities (e.g., Google’s machine learning model detected and prevented phishing attempts 2 billion times every day). The increased use of AI will also have a profound impact on many industries. Cloud computing will be more intuitive and easy to use, apps will be faster and devices will take up less space as a result of AI-driven innovation. The development of edge computing will allow organizations to become more nimble and resilient. As a result, edge computing will be pivotal to future innovation and to the increased use of AI-powered software and services. As we look forward, these advancements will lead to even more interesting developments in 2025 and beyond: smarter devices that can learn from our habits and anticipate our needs; biometric identification for security purposes; data centers at all scales—from local ones run by organizations to national or regional ones run by telecoms providers—and lower cost storage facilities such as those powered by environmentally sustainable solutions such as solar power, hydrogen and perhaps decentralized fusion reactors technology.
One thing is for certain all businesses of the future will to prepare for and adapt to these new and emerging technologies.