Why is the Cloud Enabler of Better Technologies?


Cloud communication is now essential for all businesses, not just SMEs. Start-ups, in particular, rely more on cloud-based technology to increase productivity, reduce expenses, and promote better teamwork. Thanks to quickly evolving cloud-based as-a-service platforms, consumers will have access to machine learning capabilities like AI-powered virtual assistants and chatbots like Chat GPT. This will help businesses meet modern demands for faster, round-the-clock communication and automated customer service. This year, we predict that firms will use this technology to gain a competitive edge.

Anyone with internet access may access it from any location and on any device. This is the key advantage of cloud-based technology. In addition, enabling teleworking and hybrid work saves organisations expense and hassle of buying and maintaining their own physical servers. SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS – all call for more advanced and robust cloud technologies. Hence, as the demand for these services increases, so does the requirement for a broad and stable cloud computing basis.

Key areas where cloud-based technology has shown peculiar advancements: 
Adaptive AI

Adaptive AI systems can learn in development and runtime contexts. Further, they can swiftly retrain themselves in response to new information and shifting conditions. This enables AI applications to adapt continuously and quickly, regardless of how initially programmed. They are perfect for situations with plenty of unknown factors or when change happens quickly in general.

Machine Learning

The resources enterprises need to develop and use machine learning models that are available through cloud computing. They are necessary for AI applications such as market research, dynamic pricing, recommendation engines, and information extraction from large documents and data.

Predictive Analytics

The infrastructure and resources for processing and analysing significant data volumes, the foundation of many AI applications like predictive maintenance, customer behaviour analysis, and fraud detection, are available via cloud computing.


IoT is a powerful technology of this decade (the internet of things). It is constantly changing due to cloud computing and real-time data analytics developments. Data sharing and M2M communication are two processes that take place simultaneously. The cloud makes it simple to manage all of this.


5G is one of the most important cloud technologies. Lower latency and better data transit between locations and devices are made possible by the fifth generation (5G) of network connectivity. 5G and edge computing are anticipated to coincide as 5G coverage grows globally, delivering new capacity and speed to networks. Real-time streaming between facilities is a good fit for 5G networks. This substantially benefits companies that rely on time and massive data, including metrological and space bureaus. As events happen, they will be stored and disseminated. High-quality production, to be sure.

Cloud security: A significant concern?

Security is the most prominent feature of cloud technology. By preventing any assault or hacking attempt by unauthorised users, these services guarantee comprehensive data security and safeguard these platforms from cyberattacks.

When businesses move to the cloud, security concerns are typically the first thing that springs to mind. However, even if risks and challenges are significant, you may prevent security issues by selecting a reliable and secure cloud service provider. Because of its dependability sectors, including government administration, finance, defence, health care, and industry, among others, currently use this type of service.


Adapting to changing technologies is never simple. To maximise your investment, it is crucial to understand the dangers involved. Moreover, service providers have already taken significant steps; cloud computing can give businesses the tools to assess the environmental impact of their operations and track their progress towards sustainability. In 2023, we’ll see more companies looking for more advanced tools to assess their sustainable initiatives and analyse data related to their environmental impact and carbon footprint. A greater acceptance of cloud solutions, such as the emergence of multi-cloud, and advancements in technologies, such as the expanding usage of AI and ML in enterprises, will enable organisations to remain resilient and unearth new opportunities and thrive in the year to come.

About the author:

Vidhu Nautiya is the Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer at CloudConnect Communications Pvt. Ltd.