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Born in the Cloud: What 2020 Holds for the Global Enterprises

As part of our Predictions Series 2020, WANdisco CEO David Richards shared his insights on the current trends in Cloud adoption, Blockchain, and Social Media regulation.

Tectonic Shifts in Cloud Computing Technologies

“Born in the Cloud” companies, such as Netflix and Airbnb, have largely tapped into all the Cloud Computing they need.

In 2020, the thousands of companies created before the cloud will look to join the party, ushering in a much bigger phase of the Cloud growth. The process will begin by shifting their data to the Cloud, laying the foundation for an optimal environment for artificial intelligence and machine learning applications.

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Private Blockchain In the Making 

Private blockchains will make a bigger impact than public ones.

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The hype around blockchain and cryptocurrency will continue, however, the real leap will be in private blockchains that use distributed ledger technology for maintaining consensus across clouds. While distributed ledgers don’t get the cryptocurrency buzz, they are gaining traction and in 2020 will bring more productivity benefits to enterprises by minimizing transaction times and facilitating increased back-office efficiency and automation.

Social Media Regulation, CCPA, GDPR and Much More

It seems that every week there are new calls for regulation. On Jan. 1, 2020, when the California Consumer Protection Act became a reality, we had a reason to rejoice.

I think that the calls for social media regulation will get even louder – and make a difference in the years to come, starting with 2020.

Now, look for Californians to opt-out of their data being used by the tech giants and for regulation to become more than just talk.

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