Cloud technology is redefining the future of business. If you don’t believe us, here’s some fun stats:
- According to Forrester, 50% of all enterprise businesses will rely on cloud technology in 2018.
- AI machine learning will constitute the majority of cloud activity by 2020.
- The total global public cloud market will be $178B in 2018.
That’s a lot of activity happening on data centers and servers, all quietly humming away out in the desert somewhere. While this type of technology may be a foggy concept for most, it’s understandable to witness companies branding themselves with a .cloud domain name. The .cloud domain name is quite fitting for cloud-based companies because it is general enough to connote “anything related to cloud technology” but also specific enough that it signifies what type of technology it is. The cool thing is that companies from wildly different industries are adopting a .cloud domain name. Even though the products themselves are different, the structure used to deliver those products is the same. Check out these three use cases of companies adopting a .cloud domain name below. Continue reading