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US Cloud Computing Industry Might Lose Up To $35bn Over NSA Revelations

US Cloud Computing Industry Might Lose Up To $35bn Over NSA Revelations

US Cloud Computing Industry might lose up to $35bn over NSA revelations  US tech giants fear that they can lose up to $35bn in cloud computing contracts over the next few years after the news came out that US companies share stored data with the government’s surveillance organization NSA. After recent revelations that popped up

What Governments Are Thinking About Cloud Security

What Governments Are Thinking About Cloud Security The take of any government on cloud security is an interesting and vital issue towards better safety standards. Analysts define the governmental role as important in integrating multi-tenancy app development, access layers and infrastructure parts of the cloud through firm policies. Governing the keeping, utility and accessibility of

Taiwan’s Cloud Trinity – Medicine, Tourism And Culture Innovation

Taiwan’s Cloud Trinity – Medicine, Tourism and Culture Innovation Over the last year, Taiwan has become synonymous with cloud computing development. From government support (See: Cloud Computing: Taiwan’s Next Trillion Dollar Industry) to international acclaim (See: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in the Taiwanese Clouds), everyone seems to repose faith in the Taiwanese cloud. Now, the

Regional Cloud Hubs – How Government Clouds May Function In The Future

Regional Cloud Hubs – How Government Clouds May Function in the Future Sometime back I had written about the possible issues affecting the government move to the cloud (See: Does Moving to the Cloud work for the US Federal Government?). Now, a report indicates that “regional cloud hubs” can ameliorate several of these issues, not

Cloud Computing and Why Educational Sectors Need to Modernize

Cloud Computing and Why Educational Sectors Need to Modernize Cloud computing has been one of the hottest trends today. Basically, in the world of business, cloud computing has been seen as something that is highly beneficial. In fact, to say that it is beneficial is largely an underestimation. After all, modern day businesses will not