Cloud Infrastructure Expected to Top $225 Billion by 2021

| January 4, 2017

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A new report that actually came out in April of 2016, but has been updated, shows that the cloud infrastructure market is expected to reach $225 billion by 2021. This report came from global market research from Market Research Engine and shows the trends through 2020 in areas, such as equipment, services and deployment.

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We Need to Talk About ‘Cloud Neutrality’

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TI Infotech is a Premier Information Technology company with a focused approach on delivering quality services. The company has recently won ‘Best Technology Solution Provider’ and ‘Best Software Solution Provider’ awards. The company is promoted by a dynamic team of highly skilled and experienced professionals having an extensive experience in providing customized technology solutions across various business verticals. We are a CMMI Level 3 Appraised Company following international standards of process deliverable. We follow “A Total Solution Approach” Our core domain expertise is in Travel, Tourism & Hospitality industry.

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