If you're like me, you're probably amazed that we're coming up to the end of 2012 already. Blink, and you'll find yourself standing in 2013.
As we come into the home stretch, I find myself looking back on this year and wondering... what the heck awaits us around the corner next year! We've seen some amazing new companies and new technologies emerge this year. And I'm certain that the best is yet to come.
So, to try and get a jump start on what we can expect in 2013, VMblog is proud to bring back the 5th annual Virtualization and Cloud Prediction Series where we find out from the experts, those executives with boots on the ground and an ear listening out for what their clients are telling them.
Following up on the last four successful prediction series - "Prediction 2009: The Future of Virtualization", "Prediction 2010: The Future of Virtualization and Cloud", "Where is Virtualization and the Cloud Headed in 2011"
and "Virtualization and Cloud Predictions for 2012" - VMblog is once again calling on all virtualization and cloud computing
executives to dust off their crystal balls and offer up their
own "predictions" and explain where they believe the industry is headed in
Last year's series gave us quite a bit to think about.
And with everything that has happened over the course of 2012 to help
with the cloud explosion and growth within the desktop virtualization
market, the hypervisor wars, and acquisitions that took place in 2012, the coming year should prove to be quite a roller coaster ride as well.
interesting will be to read what company executives think about their
own niche market next year and then find out how right or how wrong they
were. We can't predict the future, but it's always fun trying!
hope you enjoy VMblog's 2013 Virtualization and Cloud Prediction
Series. We'll be posting these executive thoughts and predictions
throughout the remainder of the year. So if your company executives would like to participate this year, make sure to contact VMblog for more information and to get your submissions in before it's too late.