Amazing Global Growth in Mobile Cloud Apps and Services

Growth in Mobile Cloud Apps and Services

Recently, there has been a great deal of buzz regarding the report from ReportsnReports.com. The report astonishingly finds that the hybrid cloud market is starting to expand vastly and reach a huge population of $79.54 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 30.19% from 2013 to 2018.

Last year the yearly report from Forrester Research accurately predicted the alarming increase in the utilization of mobile software and numerous mobile applications. Smart users in today’s tech world are more inclined towards the use of tablets and smart phones. Their use is for a heavier usage of social media, retail, navigation, video streaming, etc. Social media websites such as twitter, Facebook are extremely popular among users and are followed by navigation, gaming, entertainment, utilities, education, travel, retail, healthcare, business and finance etc. This rise in mobility and greater usage of mobile devices, both by the consumer and enterprise user has led to significant developments in the cloud.

The mobile cloud market is winning popularity and a good deal of momentum primarily because of the convenience provided to clients by the mobile cloud services and apps. These are the findings of the report issued by “Mobile Cloud Market by Application by User – Worldwide Market Forecast and Analysis (2014 – 2019)”. People are increasingly adopting mobile cloud at faster speeds because it provides them the access to any content with a single click on a mobile device. Additionally, the mobile cloud market is also growing at a parallel rate to meet the growing demands and needs of users. Likewise, the response of users pertaining to the mobile cloud services and applications is very encouraging.

Here is a lowdown of other elements that have fostered an astonishing global growth in mobile cloud market:

  • Growth of HTML5 technology
  • The direct relation between growth in the number of phones and usage of data that leads to higher rates of users’ engagement
  • Fast progressions happening in the field of Cloud technology
  • Rapid and easy availability of competent and compatible mobile devices
  • Faster adoption of Cloud services by major international companies like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, Oracle etc.

Mobile cloud unarguably has benefited all the end users in numerous ways. However, data privacy and security still remain the major concerns for large corporations and users. There have many cases of data breaches and data thefts reported in the recent past. Such attacks by hackers and cybercriminals demand a great deal of investment in network and security infrastructure.

Final word: As a user attempting to adopt mobile cloud, you must remember to install anti-malware and anti-virus client software.

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