The wave of cloud-based computing companies going public has only just begun despite the recent surge in IPOs, says David Karandish, CEO of Answers. Karandish says the falling cost of storage and the increasing desire of companies to automate their processes means this trend has a lot of runway left. Karandish says storage and marketing automation are the two areas likely to remain the hottest for the longest. Finally, he says the web advertising market has improved since January at Answers.

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