Annotated Bibliography: The Government Cloud
Bowen, Janine Anthony. "Cloud Computing: Issues in Data Privacy/Security and Commercial Considerations." The Computer & Internet Lawyer Aug. 2011: 1+. Academic OneFile. Web. 1 Oct. 2011
In the article, "Cloud Computing: Issues in Data Privacy/Security and Commercial Considerations", Janine Anthony Bowen discusses the legal problems with Cloud Computing. She discusses problems with cloud computing such as client’s data being stored in multiple locations, disaster recovery, and international conflicts of laws.
Curran, John, and Brian Hammond. "Kundra Departure not Seen Altering Technology Agenda." Cybersecurity Policy Report 25 July 2011. General OneFile. Web. 6 Oct. 2011.
In the Article, John Curran and Brian Hammond discus CIO Vevik Kundra’s original agenda for the Government cloud, and the path they are taking to achieve it. Although most of the agenda from the transfer of CIO’s is the same, the article discusses Kundra’s belief in the Government to focus more security measures on constant monitoring of the networks over focusing on perimeter security.
Fisher, Sharon. "Should the U.S. Government Move to the Cloud." Input | Output. HP.com, 07 Sept. 2011. Web. 1 Oct. 2011
In this article, Sharon Fisher responds about the potential risks of a U.S. Government cloud. Sharon discusses on how the U.S. Government wanted to reform Information Technology Management, and who was behind such implementations. Fisher does not make a clear opinion on whether a Government Cloud should be implemented, but does discuss potential risks.
Foley, John. “Where’s Your Data In The Cloud?” InformationWeek 1 Dec. 2010: 6. Academic OneFile. Web. 1 Oct. 2011
In this article, John Folley focuses on the location of data in cloud computing. Folley discusses of past issues with the U.S. Governments data leaks such as the Wikileaks breach. In his...
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