Gauging the Cloud Computing Confidence Level Among Businesses

It’s rather difficult to get a good read on public opinion, especially about things that half of them don’t know about. Cloud computing is one of those things.
How does one get a really good view on the overall public perception of particular things? Sure, you’ve got your own personal opinions, but they may be years ahead or behind the bulk of the public, depending on what exactly the subject is. We’re speaking very generally right now and philosophically at that, but this is a general topic that is extremely relevant. How can we really gauge things, and not just model them and pretend as if we’re doing something real.
Political polls claim to be judges of public opinion. They are somewhat accurate, but you’re taking thousands of people and claiming that they are representative of millions. Something seems fundamentally wrong. Thus, to claim that we know anything except very limited knowledge based on polling would be a lie.

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