Cloud computing has come a long way since its inception to the point that businesses are now solely opting for could servers. Managing on-premise IT infrastructure is costly and highly in-efficient and we have given all the reasons why in our previous posts. The reason being the utility that cloud provides, which is more of everything whether it is storage, expansion or security. Moreover, cloud computing is quite cost-effective, which is good for businesses as it saves operational costing. Cloud providers also offer pay-as-you-go models to consumers wherein the user pays only for the resources that they use. Since the cloud has become an integral part for most online businesses, what does the future of Cloud computing look like? Pay-as-you-go: Well, since we have already mentioned the pay-as-you-go-model, the cloud allows users to expand their resources as they progress. This way a large number of users can take advantage of the benefits that the cloud offers. The pay-as-you-go model is especially good for businesses that are growing and need t consistently expand their IT resources to meet the growing demands. Auto-scaling: Using cloud servers allows for easy scalability when businesses progress. There is an increasing research on the architectural models of cloud computing that delivers resources on demand automatically. Thanks to the advancement in AI the auto-scalable resource technology is already in the works for big companies. Bandwidth availability: High availability of power, storage and bandwidth is the objective of cloud computing. Cloud service providers are looking to provide these features to users in unlimited quantities, which would be the future of cloud computing. This will help increase productivity. Expanding the usage of cloud computing: Cloud computing has a number of benefits that will help a variety of businesses online. The goal of cloud service providers is the reach out to as many businesses as possible, so that the benefits of cloud are enjoyed by a wide array of industries. Efficiency: The cloud is highly efficient, we say this because cloud relies on sharing resources to achieve seamless data flow. Large clouds have functions distributed over multiple locations from central servers. Moreover cloud also offers remote availability of data to users via the internet, which means that users can access their data from anywhere in the world. In conclusion we’d say that the cloud is one of the most efficient hosting measures for businesses in today’s day and age.