速途网讯 随着PCWorld所称的“应用网络”的增加，使用云计算的公司将不得不在2012年以前迎合更多的个人手机和平板电脑用户。像PCWorld所报道的，Forrester 称此类应用网络引入了新一代计算技术。
With the rise of what PCWorld calls "the app internet," companies using cloud computing will have to cater to personal smartphone and tablet users more than ever before in 2012. As reported by PCWorld, Forrester said that this app internet is ushering in a new generation of computing technology.
"Forrester calls out what we've been observing for some time in the mobile computing category," according to ReadWriteWeb. "The first trend here is that enterprise mobile platform strategy is going to change due to personal device momentum. In short, users will increasingly be bringing their own phones and expecting to use them. Forrester notes, correctly, that this will continue to be a problem for asset management and security."
With a high proportion of personal devices being used by workers, businesses will have to cope with elastic application platforms, according to PCWorld. Forrester said the new expectation of business owners is to be "always on, always available," and businesses need to evolve to meet this standard.
IDC predicted earlier this year that the cloud computing market will expand at a yearly rate of 27.6 percent. The company said the industry was at $21.5 billion in 2010 and will grow to $72.9 billion by 2015, with mobile apps sure to be a big part of that growth.