The consumer cloud, as some may call it, is one of the fastest growing trends within the cloud industry.
While governments, businesses and other entities are rapidly moving toward cloud computing, consumers are also seeing many of the same cost savings combined with cutting edge innovation that makes the cloud model attractive.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will shift some of its focus on the future of cloud. After all, cloud will be the lifeblood for many of the new technologies.
Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association says:
“As drones, personalized medicine, artificial intelligence, driverless cars, 3D printing and other breakthrough technologies reinvent the way we do just about everything, I predict that CTA will be focusing policy makers and the public alike on the benefits of these innovations.”
CES 2016 will have a segment called Living in Digital Times. This conference focuses on future technology and how humans will interact with it in the future.
Speakers at the Living in Digital Times forum will be asked one simple question:
“Where will technology take us in 2016?”
That’s a great question and if you happen to be lucky enough to be in Las Vegas from January 4th through 11th, you can take part in the hundreds of different product unveilings, forum discussions or workshops offered at the critically acclaimed trade show.
Cloud will play a big in much of the new technology being introduced in 2016. You can expect cloud to be heavily discussed in the world of consumer finance, personal health and personal tech.
If you specifically visit the Living in Digital Times conference, you can expect to see speakers such as Deepak Chopra, Jenna Blaha and John Katzman. These speakers will guide the discussions on where technology will take us in 2016.