World without end means cloud will get personal

Enterprises, so often seen as big and impersonal, will become almost warm and fuzzy thanks to a move toward a personal cloud that lets users access content on any device. That's going to be the big trend in 2013, writes FierceEnterpriseCommunications' editor Fred Donovan, who also wisely gave himself an out if it doesn't happen. "If some interpreters of the Mayan calendar are correct, then predictions about 2013 are superfluous," Donovan wrote. More likely, though, 2013 will happen on schedule and cloud deployments in the enterprise will become personal. To read more of Donovan's sage predictions about the upcoming year, see this special report.

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