This week on Cloud News Review
According to a new report by MarketsandMarkets, the cloud engineering market size is expected to be worth $13.43 billion by the year 2022. The research was concluded by many factors, including concept testing, lower costs, and greater efficiency than on-premises solutions. Seems the cloud is growing exponentially in size in the next few years. See how Iron Cove Solutions can help you make the move to the cloud.
A new file sharing service has emerged. Mozilla, best known for their Firefox web browser has joined the cloud. Mozilla’s Send is a file sharing service similar to Dropbox that will give users access to send up to 1 GB in size to any other user.
Despite remaining a distant third to its other competitors, Google’s GSuite has been gaining more traction with their sales going up 42 percent and many considering them the most trustworthy platform out of all of them. Google says they have invested $2.8 billion dollars in equipment and data facilities to build their presence.
Amazon reaches out to their users for security purposes before hackers do. Amazon’s quote states, “We encourage you to promptly review your S3 buckets and their contents to ensure that you are not inadvertently making objects available to users that you don’t intend.” Amazon provides fantastic web security for the files on their AWS platform, but users need to understand what settings to provide in their cloud service.
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