Cloud computing business is booming. This brief blog post will show you the cloud business trends and how to learn more about interests on the cloud.
Business-wise, the supply-and-demand factors are in place; businesses are looking to save money, while cloud vendors answer by providing cloud services to businesses in need. The chemistry is there, and despite what many skeptics say about cloud computing as “just another marketing gimmick,” businesses integrating cloud services into their business operations are reaping immediate benefits, usually come in the form of cut costs.
The healthy supply and demand are reflected by the trends in cloud computing business: Rising search counts on search engines for popular cloud business topics, such as cloud hosting and cloud storage.
To learn more about how the world view the cloud, I recommend you to use an easy-to-use but powerful Google Insights for Search.
From the Google web tool, you can do a little research on the interest of web surfers on certain topics. To see how the cloud fares in the eye of web surfers, I search for insights on cloud-related search terms.
Dominated by searches from the US and UK, here are some of the cloud-related topics getting some interests:
Interest on “cloud business”
Interest on “cloud computing”
Interest on “cloud storage”
Interest on “cloud app”
Interest on “cloud hosting”
One word to describe the interests on the cloud: Breakout.
Entrepreneurs – you might want to use the Google tool to explore your options in starting a new cloud business. Business owners who are considering cloud computing – as you can see, the cloud is trendy; not to follow blindly on trends, but you might want to use the information to stay ahead of your competition.