Top Five Cloud Trends Expected in 2015

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2015: The Year of the Cloud Platform

Click through for five predictions on how cloud services will change in 2015, as identified by ServiceNow.

2014 may have been the year of the public cloud wars, but 2015 will see the rise of the cloud platforms. Allan Leinwand, vice president and CTO of Cloud Platform and Infrastructure at ServiceNow, believes 2015 will be the year of the cloud platforms. From cloud verticalization to business intelligence 2.0, the new year will bring dramatic changes to the cloud landscape.

The impact of the platform will affect companies from the day-to-day tasks of IT teams to the business structure of an entire organization. The role of IT teams and CIOs will be changed and challenged like never before, and cloud providers will see a shift in their own sector with a larger push for competition, innovation and functionality.

Here are the five cloud trends we predict will unfold in 2015.


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