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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...

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Type of Cloud Computing Cloud Computing can be divided by two main criteria. The first criterion is service models, and another criterion is deployment models. Service Models For service model criterion, cloud computing can be divided into three types which are software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS) The first service model, software as a service, likes an online application. Service provider is responsible...

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ISOM4100 Case 2 Cloud Computing Lau Lee Sho 10048464 1. Public cloud Private cloud Hybrid cloud Performance Low to medium Very good Good Security Good, depends on security measures of the service provider Most secure, as all storage is on-premise Very secure, integration options add an additional layer of security Reliability Medium, depends on Internet connectivity and service provider availability High, as all equipment is on-premise Medium to high, as cached...

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with adequate ICT skills, has limited resources, cloud computing can be a better alternative solution. One of the emerging solution for the consolidation of government infrastructure and services is cloud computing. Cloud computing is sharing or accessing of the resources; either hardware (infrastructure) or software (services) over the internet. Cloud computing facilitates its end users by providing virtual resources via internet. Cloud computing is an emerging technology that is gaining popularity...

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What business benefits do cloud computing services provide? What problems do they solve? Cloud computing offers plenty of benefits as well as solving plenty of business problems; • Cloud computing is probably the most cost efficient method to use, maintain and upgrade. Traditional desktop software costs companies a lot in terms of finance. –Solve the problem of high acquisition and maintenance costs. • Storing information in the cloud gives you almost unlimited storage capacity. Solves the problem...

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Will the cloud have as big an impact as many predict? A complex question. Cloud computing is available now; it’s already changing the manner in which IT and business services are delivered and managed. But as is often the case with new technologies, organizations may overestimate the short-term effects while simultaneously underestimating the long-term benefits. Without understanding the larger wave of IT developments of which the cloud is just a part, companies may invest in capabilities that will...

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Security Challenges and Opportunities: The Need for Strict Internet Security for Cloud Computers Celita Y. Ingram Presented to Dr. Maurice Dawson Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University June 23, 2012 Topic Selection Cloud Computers contribute to organizations by providing a useful way for businesses to access instant on-demand networks to the Web, but the companies have less regulation over their information and the important data can be compromised. Thesis: It is of critical...

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August 2012 Cloud Computing It is my opinion that cloud computing is a strong implementation of the IT services philosophy of organization information management. One-size-fits-all does not fit an enterprise’s needs. Today’s world requires a converged delivery model, sourced across traditional, private and public cloud offerings. A converged cloud strategy provides simplicity, speed, reduced cost and risk, and compliance. HP’s Converged Cloud is a common architectural foundation...

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Closing Case - Planning for Rise of Cloud Computing at Microsoft 1.) Cloud computing has become a new trend in the technology world. It is the upcoming stage for the Internet where every computing need can be accessed through a web browser at anytime, anywhere. It is also very economically appealing because the cost is so cheap. Cloud services have the potential to reduce information technology (IT) costs, increase operating efficiencies and create new types of business opportunities. So, what...

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several advantages to working with cloud data in business. Cloud computing is probably the most cost efficient method to use, maintain and upgrade. Traditional desktop software costs companies a lot in terms of finance. Adding up the licensing fees for multiple users can prove to be very expensive for the establishment concerned. The cloud, on the other hand, is available at much cheaper rates and hence, can significantly lower the company’s IT expenses. The cloud provides almost unlimited storage...

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