12 Cloud Bloggers You Must Follow Today

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According to a recent study by Oxford Economics and SAP, 59 percent of respondents said they use the cloud to better manage and analyze data. 58 percent respondents predict their use of cloud technology will increase their revenue in three years, and 69% respondents plan to make moderate-to-heavy cloud investments over the next three years.

These statistics show how the cloud can create an impact on your business. However, to take real advantage of the cloud, you need to keep track of the latest updates and happenings in the industry. The best way to do that is by following cloud blogs or bloggers.

We have already covered the top cloud computing blogs you should read, so here we’ve listed down the top cloud computing blog writers you should look up, in no particular order.

So, let’s take a look.

Ben Kepes

Ben KepesTalking about the cloud without mentioning Ben is insane! Ben is a globally recognized, subject matter expert and is considered one of the most influential technology thinkers. You will find Ben’s posts on several popular publications such as ReadWriteWebThe GuardianGigaOM, and Forbes. Ben also blogs at Diversity, his own blog   and you can follow him on Twitter @BenKepes.

Randy Bias

Randy BiasRandy  is a cloud-computing pioneer, driving innovations in operations, infrastructure, IT, and 24/7 service  delivery since 1990. He is one of the industry’s most influential voices and an early supporter of the OpenStack  project.

He is a regular keynote speaker and panelist at several popular events such as VMWorld and CloudExpo, and blogs at a large number of media outlets such as InformationWeek, The Economist, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. You can follow him on Twitter @randybias.

Stephen Foskett

Stephen Foskett

Stephen is a Microsoft MVP, VMWare vExpert, and a long-time voice in the storage industry. He has authored  numerous articles for leading publications l