Cloud computing revenue will double

GinsGlobal Index Fund CEO Anthony Ginsberg told Proactive that he expects revenue cloud computing by 2026 to $1.2 trillion.

Ginsberg says that while banks and other institutions have called on their employees to return to the office, he remains positive about cloud accounts with demand boosting, as the hybrid business remains strong.

Among the trends that Ginsberg sees can be mentioned

Increase M&A activity in the cloud – the cloud’s revenue will double.

WFH/Hybrid Continues – Cloud Demand Increases.

HP Inc. on Poly, a $1.7 billion manufacturer of hybrid products for the workplace. Bet on #WFH.

The Pentagon will commit about $9 billion in cloud computing contracts in 2021.

Cyber ​​and cloud security companies are getting closer to each other.

Google has acquired Mandiant for $5.4 billion – enhancing cloud security capabilities.

Digital healthcare, telemedicine, and hospitals = a huge growth area for cloud computing.

Subscription based cloud biz = Fundamentally sound cash flow model.

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