Guidelines for Cloud Computing

Guidelines for Cloud Computing

Most companies now use some form of cloud computing whether through software as a service, platform as a service, or infrastructure as a service. Cloud computing’s cost-effective scalability can offer significant advantages to an organization, but it can also raise significant security concerns. Although many cloud providers offer assurances that their systems are secure, many are also unwilling to contractually guarantee the security of data placed in the cloud and are unwilling to fully indemnify a company in the event that the cloud storage is breached. …


Contracting with Cloud Computing Vendors At A Glance (2015)

Most companies use some form of cloud computing.  While cloud computing’s scalabiltiy offers cost efficiences, it also raises security concerns and service providers cannot guarantee 100% security of the underlying data . . .