Keeping Data Organized
Companies have already emerged to provide enterprise solutions for syncing data and apps across multiple platforms. The error in that thought process is that data need syncing. PaaS and SaaS eliminates the need for apps, even though consumers are acquiring apps so fast business can barely keep pace with demand. PaaS is Platform as a Service, and SaaS is Softward as a Service.
The simple fact is a link in an app will still take you to the Internet, so PaaS and SaaS are, ultimately, the logical choices for software developers. Apps are useful, but they still use data.
SYNCING FROM CLOUD LOCKER TO DEVICE
The use of cloud lockers will never completely replace device-based storage, particularly for things consumers and businesses want to access 100% of the time. That means data consumers want to access on their devices will need to be synced from device to device, such as keeping identical data sets on the smart phone and the PC, the tablet and the smart phone, etc.
Companies that develop these syncing technologies will be way ahead of the curve. So far, there is no clear winner in this arena, because even the most widespread syncing technolgies available have yet to run exclusively in the cloud. Even the most hyped cloud systems, like iCloud, require uses to connect their devices to a Mac or PC for a fully synced device.
However, there are some companies, like Good Technology and Informatica Corporation, that have been building enterprise solutions for business and government. These are the companies that have a leg-up, as it were, on consumer cloud syncing SaaS technology.
WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU (AND TO US)
This is one of those pioneering areas of investment that, while risky, still augurs quite well for those who get in early. One way of doing that is acquiring a domain name that fits the category of service, cloud syncing or sync technology.
Domain name prospectors have already made their move on many such domain names, as evidenced by the registrations of many domains. In fact, Good Technology owns the domain name cloudsync.com, which is URL forwarded right to their primary domain name, good.com, which is an excellent name, to us, not just good.
All word-play aside, the domain name is still the key to accessing data, in many cases, which explains high-end domain names like DropBox.com.