LOS ANGELES, CA – February 01, 2014 – Business News Daily featured dinCloud in a recent article “Cloud Computing’s Sunny 2014 Forecast” as one of the emerging cloud players. Author also identified the cloud services currently available to small businesses, naming the platforms that are leading the market:
- Among the different cloud platforms, IaaS grew 45 percent from 2012 to 2013, making it the leader in cloud growth. Currently a $15 billion business, it is expected to grow to $31 billion by 2015. IaaS providers include Amazon Web Services, Windows Azure and VMware.
- PaaS, on the other hand, is the smallest cloud segment, at $1 billion in 2013, though some think it can overtake IaaS in the coming years. PaaS clouds include Google App Engine, OpenStack and Heroku.
- Furthermore, over half of today’s organizations use Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), with 63 percent of companies using this platform in 2013. In 2012, SaaS was a $13 billion market, but is now predicted to grow to over $30 billion by 2016. Some examples of SaaS are Salesforce, Google Apps and Office 365.
According to the author, emerging cloud players include desktop-as-a-service, such as Citrix; file-sharing services, such as Egnyte; virtual datacenters like DinCloud; Java Platform-as-a-Service, such as CloudBees; and Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication, like OneLogin.
About dinCloud: dinCloud is a cloud transformation company that helps, both commercial and public sector organizations rapidly migrate to the cloud through Business Provisioning provided via its strong channel base of VARs and MSPs. Each customer’s dedicated private virtual data center provides hosted virtual desktops, hosted virtual servers, and cloud storage services, which are controlled by the customer through dinCloud’s dinManage web-based management tool. dinCloud provides subscription-based services tailored to fit a range of business models resulting in reduced cost, enhanced security, control, and productivity.
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