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How Cloud Computing Works - At first glance “The Cloud” appears to be magical but like a visit to “The Great and Powerful OZ’ when you look deeper you find that there is more to it behind the curtain. The cloud is not magic; it is actually a real delivery system with a structure that makes the whole thing work. Cloud computing is defined by the Investopedia online dictionary as a model for delivering data and software stored in servers that is retrieved from the internet through web-based tools and applications, rather than a direct connection to a server....   [tags: The Cloud]
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Analysis of Cloud Computing Security - Cloud computing security or cloud security is a growing sub-domain of network security, computer security and more broadly information security. It refers to a set politics, technologies and controls deployed to protect the data, applications and the associated infrastructure of cloud computing. Cloud computing importance is increasing and gaining scientific attention and industrial communities. Cloud computing is one among the top 10 most important technologies and with a better prospect in successful companies and organizations....   [tags: cloud computing, cloud security, private cloud] 1446 words
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Intel Cloud Technology Program - ... Intel Corporation has partnered with 16 leading cloud service providers (CSPs) to introduce the "Intel Cloud Technology” program which will provide cloud users to get a sense of the hardware behind their Intel-based cloud technology. This will help IT organizations make better, more informed purchasing decisions and ensure optimal performance for their cloud applications. CSPs will promote the benefits of Intel cloud technologies powering their services to the users, along with Intel participating in marketing activities with CSP partners to educate customers about underlying technologies, their impact on user experience and ultimately the business....   [tags: customer, cloud users, cloud finder] 1077 words
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Cloud Computing and The Future - Cloud Computing and The Future Introduction Our future in computing is moving into a whole new direction called Cloud Computing. Many questions and issues have arisen from this new adventure in computing. For us to understand cloud computing we must first learn what it is. Once we have established that knowledge we can then venture out to the advantages and disadvantages, types of models, and finally services in cloud environments. We will see the correlation of information that leads into how cloud computing affects us today or in our near future....   [tags: cloud environment, renting, amazon]
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Cloud Computing and New Technology - New technologies raise new ethical challenges besides new technical problems. Cloud computing is the recent technology in IT that moves the data away from portable storage devices to large data centers called cloud. It basically means that every application given as services over the Internet to the user. In the view of User it is accessing his/her files, programs and other services through Internet which are hosted by other service providers. One more aspect of cloud computing is the cost effectiveness of this technology which attracted enterprises to use this technology to consume their IT services in a cost effective way....   [tags: technology, cloud, ethical] 1447 words
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Evolutionary Algorithm and Cloud Computing - Evolutionary Algorithm and Discussions Cloud computing provides variety of internet on demand services such as software, infrastructure and data storage. for the purpose of provision of private service to the user, there is possibility to use multi-level password creation and documentation or authentication techniques. This technology assists in creating the password in several levels of the company. So, that the strict documentation and authorization is possible. The levels of security in cloud may be more developed by multi-levels documentation....   [tags: technology, cloud, storage] 970 words
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Examining Cloud Computation Technologies - Cloud computing involves a lot of concepts and technologies. Companies and corporations such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft are providing services following the logic of computational infrastructure cloud computing, with Amazon the pioneer in providing and marketing infrastructure of this kind. The academic community has also shown interest in cloud computing, and some work has been directed to improvements in aspects of performance, security, usability, implementation and reliability of the system as a whole (Armbrust et al....   [tags: internet, technology, cloud computing]
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Cloud Computing - According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), cloud computing is referred to as a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configuration computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. The following paper will discuss the meaning of cloud computing, the major providers, benefits of adoption, pitfalls of adoption, current trends in the business community, and current application within the business community....   [tags: Cloud Services]
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Cloud Computing Makes Life Easier - Discussion 2.1 Definition of Cloud Computing Cloud computing are functions that are provided as a service. Cloud computing is a form where Input and Output(I/O) operations take place in terminal device such as workstations, smartphones, tablets. However, information analysis, processing, storage, management and distribution of operations takes place in the third space called the cloud. Software and data are typically stored on the server in the cloud. However, the users only have their device as temporary storage for the duration of use....   [tags: definition, cloud computing, services]
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What is Cloud Computing? - Cloud Computing 1. Cloud Computing Defined Cloud computing is defined to be the use of computer programs and applications, to access information, storage, that is not stored locally on a computer’s hard drive, but rather over the Internet. There are five defining characteristics to cloud computing. Cloud computing allows users to have almost no interaction with the service provider. For example, when we use Google Drive, a web application similar to Microsoft Office, we can do so without ever having to contact the service provider, Google....   [tags: Cloud Computing Defined, Computer Programs]
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Elastic Cloud Computing: Enomaly Inc. - Enomaly Inc. Enomaly is the progenitor of cloud computers. It developed a series of software for virtualization and management of cloud computing. Enomaly is first company which focused on the emerging cloud computer. Today, their software called Elastic Computing Platform allows web hosts and service providers to offer public facing IaaS and cloud services to their customers. The company is among the first to provide self-service IaaS (Infrastructure - as - a - Service) platform software, the first version of the Enomalism open-source platform launched in 2005, later renamed the ECP....   [tags: cloud platform, computer architecture]
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Cloud Computing: The World Wide Computer - Is your mind cluttered with precious memories and brilliant ideas. Why not store it in the cloud. In the beginning were humans and humans were computers. Even a simple mathematical calculation and a tiny storage of data would consume huge processing power of the human brain. With the passage of time, crunching of information became simpler with the advent of computers and storage of information became easier with the introduction of cloud services but these developments threaten the way humans live and work....   [tags: cloud computing, www]
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Elastic Computer Cloud - INTRODUCTION: With cloud computing, Amazon has enabled the usage of internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications and created an environment where connectivity and availability is unobtrusive and prevalent. Amazon offers two options for hosting applications and databases. Amazon EC2 with Elastic Block Storage allows one to run a MySQL database server on Elastic Compute Cloud, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider, with Elastic Block Storage (EBS). Meanwhile, another option called Amazon’s Relational Database Services (RDS) is a scalable relational database in the cloud with high availability....   [tags: MySQL, amazon, internet, cloud computing]
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What´s Cloud Computing? - Cloud Computing In this report I will be looking at cloud computing, I will begin with an overview of cloud computing. I will then look at the advantages that cloud computing brings to the table. Lastly I will be looking at the concerns that people have with cloud computing. What is Cloud Computing. Cloud computing is computing that involves a larger number of computers that are connected over a communication network such as the internet or access and storing data over the internet instead of your hard drive....   [tags: internet, hard drive, public cloud services] 720 words
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Towards the Secure Storage of Images on Multi-Cloud System - Cloud computing has been defined as a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. But there is a risk of widespread data loss or downtime due to internet connectivity problems or a localized component failure in a cloud computing environment. In order to reduce the service availability risk or loss of data, a multi cloud system where data is replicated into multiple clouds offered by different cloud providers are used....   [tags: computing resources, cloud computing, convenient]
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Cloud Computing Descends - An upgrade to cloud technology over the United States will potentially affect its workplace. It will lead to an increase in job creation all over the world, mostly due to its implementation at various institutions and companies globally and via many other services that will emerge to enhance or regulate this technology. In comparison to the initial machined technology, cloud computing offers instant delivery, simple & customizable usage, easy accessibility, cost reduction, thus increasing efficiency and demand and its wide range of acceptability....   [tags: Cloud Technology, United States, Job Creation]
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How Groupon Uses the Cloud to Scale Its Business - Look around you, technology is surrounding you in everything that goes on in life. Some people do not enjoy this, but most of us do, and some businesses use this to their advantage. I am doing my research paper on how Groupon (which is a deal-of-the-day service) uses information technology to conduct everyday business. This company runs off of information technology, so I want to talk about every side of it. This includes how they manage their customer and merchant relationships, how they use the cloud to scale its business and what kind of security they use....   [tags: information technology, customer, merchant, cloud]
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How does Cloud Atlas offer an Interpretation of Marxism in a Highly Technological Society? - ‘From each according to his ability, to each according to his need’ is a slogan popularised by Karl Marx to illustrate a communist society which will produce an abundance of goods and services to satisfy everyone’s needs. It is important to note the significance of differing time periods – Marx wrote in the 19th century, whilst Cloud Atlas was written in 2004. Whilst Mitchell utilises aspects of Marxist theory in his novel; unlike Marx, he explores how pertinent Marxism is to a modern and technological society....   [tags: marxism, cloud atlas, societies] 1346 words
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Taking One More Step Towards Managing the Threats from Cloud Storage - What is writing. Why my words matter. These are seemingly simple question to answer, but to get the perfect answer is not so easy. This deceptively simple question had plagued me since I began my schooling. The answers change because I am growing. With the learning experiences of the whole year in Drew University, I was introduced to a whole new insight on writing. For me, first of all, writing is a process to cognize my position by listening to the other’s voice, in the sense that understanding one’s own voice is irrespective of writing skill or ability of expression....   [tags: cloud computing, wu’s and corbett’]
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I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by Wordsworth - I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by Wordsworth Wordsworth takes readers on a reminiscent journey in "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" reflecting upon visions of nature. The figurative language and diction used elucidate the poet's response to nature. Wordsworth uses each stanza to share his experience in nature through the image of a dance that culminates in the poet's emotional response. Wordsworth opens with reference to himself through simile as a part of the natural landscape, "I wandered lonely as a cloud / That floats on high" (Wordsworth, Line 1)....   [tags: Poetry Wordsworth Lonely Cloud Essays]
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Percy Bysshe Shelley's The Cloud and the Romantic Theme of Deity in Nature - Percy Bysshe Shelley's The Cloud and the Romantic Theme of Deity in Nature   Percy Bysshe Shelley was born in 1792, the eldest of seven children. Shelley was very hostile to organized religion, declaring religion must perish. Moroever, Shelley read widely, including the Bible, and thus knew his opponents. "The Cloud," written in 1820 is a short poem written in abcb (as opposed to the heroic couplets of previous generations) rhyme scheme but this feature is the least of its norm breaking properties....   [tags: Shelley The Cloud Essays]
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Life's Simple Pleasures in William Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud - Life's Simple Pleasures in William Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud Edna St. Vincent Millay once wrote, "And all the loveliest things there be come simply, so it seems to me." This aphorism clearly accents the meaning of William Wordsworth's poem "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud." In his work, the speaker reminisces about a past experience in which he saw a beautiful multitude of daffodils swaying in the breeze. As he recollects this scene, the speaker gradually realizes the true beauty he had found that day....   [tags: Wandered Lonely as a Cloud]
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The Cloud - Once upon a time, the people of North America all experienced the most peculiar July afternoon. It had started off a normal enough day: with wives drinking coffee and husbands reading newspapers; young children eating cereal and watching morning cartoons, while teenagers still sleeping in warm beds, with the stale smells of the previous night's party hanging in the air. All was normal and in order and as was to be expected. In the Midwest a farmer looked across his fields, with delight and anticipation....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays] 2018 words
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Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body and Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine - Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body and Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine In Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body and Caryl Churchill’s Cloud Nine differences between male and female roles in society become distinct. Through these differences, an intricate web of male and female characters seems to be woven, and we can see the clarity between gender roles. With the support of Churchill’s Cloud Nine by Jeffrey Barber, “You see, I am no stranger to love”: Jeanette Winterson and the Extasy of the Word by Celia Shiffer, and “Body Languages: Scientific and Aesthetic Discourses in Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the Body,” the idea of love and gender roles present in Jeanette Winterson’s Wri...   [tags: Winterson Churchill Cloud Nine Essays] 3247 words
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The Case for Cloud - What is cloud computing. Wikipedia provides a great and succinct definition of cloud computing. According to Wikipedia, cloud computing is the “delivery of computing as a service rather than a product”. This definition provides a great baseline against which we can measure how HP is doing with respect to the cloud. Another aspect of cloud computing that is important to understand are the benefits expected to be obtained from it. Within this white paper, I will discuss the value proposition of cloud and the industry adoption of cloud....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Security in The Cloud - ... According to the article WEB CLOUD ZONE “Cloud hosting provides easy, optimal way of utilization and management over the cloud technology. In addition to 24x7x365 monitoring, you can hire a cloud tech support where they will take care of you cloud computing, and they will look at optimization of your cloud computing, and if any issue they will be ready to troubleshoot if required” (Cardoza 2014). Ensuring that the data will be safe 24/7 bring an peace of mind to the consumer . In the same content as advantages, there always are disadvantages also....   [tags: digital hardware, hackers, technology, internet]
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The Cloud Storage - Still using a USB flash drive. For many years one of the main challenges has been to provide computer support and storage media increasingly powerful and more capable, more affordable, lighter and smaller, more reliable and safer to put our documents safe. Each of us generates thousands of photographs and documents, store thousands of songs, thousands of e-books, a few hundred movies, etc.. Where we store all that. Each time, our hard drives are larger storage and USB drives are also more capable and fast, but the real revolution comes from the hand of cloud storage....   [tags: USB flash drive, capability, skydrive] 795 words
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The Managerial Aspects of Cloud Computing - Research Paper Status Report - The Managerial Aspects of Cloud Computing I. Introduction Cloud Computing has been an evolving concept, which in the last years has gained prominence due to increasing feasibility, the economies of scale it presents, and the savings for users, and because it implies lower barriers to entry for small businesses that provide services over the internet. Any entity considering adoption of this model, though, has to evaluate its particular needs and restrictions against the expected benefits....   [tags: Computer Science]
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The Evolution of the Computer to the Cloud - ... A guy named David Ferriero, the head of NARA, which is a Nation Archives and Records Administration, is having issue securing the records of the government. Records are being stored in garages, attics and were stolen and destroyed. Government was at moderate risk or high risk of essentially loosing records. The same assessment identified electronic records from basics data to employees email (Berg, 2011). So the question here is that how can the government act upon preserving the records and not let it go in the wrong hands....   [tags: security, tranformation, government] 1723 words
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Cloud and Its Effect on Businesses - The cloud is drastically changing the way we create, manage, and store networks and resources by hosting services on the cloud; and an IT professional will need to know how they are changing the industry and what the models have to offer. Each type of model (public, private, and hybrid) will come with varying prices and security concerns which will need to be weighed to determine which cloud model would be the best for the network. Once choosing the proper implementation for the cloud a service will need to be chosen, IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS....   [tags: services, model, data, network] 2300 words
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Cloud Computing and the Computer Scare - Once you login to your computer you are bound to use an application that is related to the cloud computing infrastructure. For example, when any service needs an internet connection it immediately uses what is known as a “cloud” network, which is a broad term for the use of a device or application that is not physically present. The computer user is then accessing a network in the cloud, which stores personal information and allows for multiple tasks to be completed in an efficient manner rather than just using a single personal computer....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Influence in Business of Cloud Hosting - The growing implementation of cloud computing continues to transform the competitive business landscape in profound and fundamental ways. Cloud hosting delivers IT related services in a manner that is exceptionally suited for progressive companies looking to improve communications, operational efficiency, and top line revenue. Understanding Cloud Hosting Built upon advanced virtualisation technology, the clustered server framework simultaneously channels the data related demands of clients and networks through the linked servers associated with the host....   [tags: Businesses, Companies, Computing] 964 words
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Security Issues in Cloud Computing - Security Issues in Cloud Computing Introduction The first computer ENIAC was invented by Charles Babbage in 18th century. But the real technological advancement of the computers came with the invention of the first four bit microprocessor in 1971. From 1971 till date, in the span of these 40+ years many operating systems came into existence (such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 7, Fedora, Mac, Redhat, Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Solaris etc.), many programming languages and web languages came into existence ( such as C, CPP, JAVA, .NET, HTML, XML, DHTML, SQL, PLSQL etc.), and many Multi-National Companies came into existence(such as Wipro, Genpact, Apple, Goo...   [tags: IT, Computer Science]
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Cloud COmputing as an Advanced Technology - Cloud computing as an advanced technology, its uses is rising rapidly and it is being paid a more developing consideration in the systematic, commerce and business field. It is based on the Internet, on which resources that can be shared as like storage, software and information are provided with computers and devices on the requirement. This emerging technology has ability to access a general collection of resources on demand. In place of buying separate physical devices as servers, storage, or any networking apparatus, customers give out these resources from a cloud provider as an outsourced service....   [tags: plataform, advanced tecnology] 595 words
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Can Cloud Computing Be Secure? - Table of Contents Task 1 3 Cloud computing services 3 Cloud computing deployment models 3 Conclusion 4 Task 2 4 Abuse and Nefarious Use of Cloud Computing 4 Insecure Interfaces and APIs 5 Malicious Insiders 5 Shared Technology Vulnerabilities 5 Data Loss/Leakage 5 Task 3 6 Task 4 6 Task 5 7 Bibliography 9 Task 1 9 Task 2 - 3 9 Task 4 9 Task 5 9   Task 1 Cloud computing is an ever-important concept in web development and services. Cloud computing is often referred to as “the cloud”, simply for its non-physical interaction with the user....   [tags: computing service over the internet]
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Cloud and Its Effect on Education - With the change within the education system, many schools are looking for new ways to teach students the same curriculum that was taught when the instructors were in school yet with a new twist. The ways of using textbooks and slide-shows are a thing of the past. “By bringing technology into the classroom, teachers can hone in on methodology that students are familiar with, leading to more effective teaching strategies and better results.” (Chen, 2013) The new twist would not only enable students to access fellow students for study groups....   [tags: student, technology, study] 1818 words
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Store Your Data in the Cloud - What is cloud storage. Simple terms, it's a storage that can access anywhere. By storing your files on-line and accessing it anywhere while using your laptop, mobile device or another PC. It’s offered a faster, easier and safer backup than conventional methods of file storage such as bookshelves or cardboard files. Cloud storage support both personal and business uses. By this, you can access your files and programs from any computer anywhere in the world, with an Internet connection. Cloud storage needs hosting companies to operate a large data centers, and people who require their data to be hosted a data storage capacity from them....   [tags: storage, computer, internet] 1581 words
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Privacy and Security in Cloud Computing - Cloud Confidentiality The confidentiality of the cloud, or a system, can be guaranteed only under the condition that it is able to prevent unauthorized access. Zhifeng et al. (2013) states that within cloud environments, confidentiality implies that a customer’s data and computation tasks are to be kept confidential from both the cloud provider and other customers. Confidentiality remains as one of the greatest concerns with regard to cloud computing. This is largely due to the fact that customers outsource their data and computation tasks on cloud servers, which are controlled and managed by potentially untrustworthy cloud providers [1.x]....   [tags: confidentiality, cross-vm attack]
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Security Polices on the Cloud - Security in the cloud is achieved, in part, through third party controls and assurance much like in traditional outsourcing arrangements. But since there is no common cloud computing security standard, there are additional challenges associated with this. Many cloud vendors implement their own proprietary standards and security technologies, and implement differing security models, which need to be evaluated on their own merits. In a vendor cloud model, it is ultimately down to adopting customer organizations to ensure that security in the cloud meets their own security polices through requirements gathering provider risk assessments, due diligence, and assurance activities....   [tags: rish¡k, due diligence, assurance] 970 words
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The Education Value of Cloud Computing - ... Maintaining an interconnected technology system in a school under limited budgeting will also create an unstable technology environment where server malfunctions, software corruption, outdated devices, etc are a big cause of concern that could break the system. Cloud based services cover these concerns by creating enormous protected server farms that can store, manage, and allow access to user data without cause for catastrophic system issues. Consumers using cloud services vote with their use....   [tags: journal article analysis]
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Recommendations on Implementing Cloud Computing - ... Independent audit report and/or certification verification would be beneficial. 3. Monitoring data: Know the details of who will have access to data, and why and when they are accessing it. 4. Access controls being used by the cloud provider: Just as you would implement access controls for your client’s own systems, the cloud provider must describe and implement the controls it has in place to ensure only authorized users can access your client’s data. Be especially vigilant if your client must comply with regulatory obligations; housing data somewhere other than the client’s premises does not relieve the client or you of legal responsibility....   [tags: contract, security, data, status] 546 words
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The Potential of Cloud Computing - ... Private Cloud storage is built with the infrastructure of a specific user, like the government. More often than not, Private Cloud storage users operate and maintain their own servers for security and uninterrupted service maintenance. Hybrid Cloud storage is a case-based combination of Public and Private Cloud storage based on the needs of the organization (Ju, Wu, Fu, Lin & Zhang, 2011). In comparison to the traditional storage way of computing, the Cloud offers additional functionality and performance, is more affordable, efficient and mobile....   [tags: storage, business, software]
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Cloud Computing and Internal Controls - “Does ‘cloud computing’ present additional internal control issues beyond those encountered in traditional computing?” Unaware of what is meant by “cloud computing,” this writer, after some research on the subject matter, believes that the answer to this question is YES, “cloud computing” does present additional internal control issues beyond the internal controls encountered in traditional computing. This question is answered from the viewpoint of a client company that has transferred its data to a cloud....   [tags: Security, Accuracy, Completeness] 827 words
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Cloud Computing on the Internet - Cloud computing refers to hosting services provided over the Internet. The Internet connects the users to the subscribed remote database, where all the consumers under the cloud service will use a pooled set of resources with the infrastructure cost being shared across everyone. The cloud computing allows the user to share the data, ranging from common word processing software to customized computer programs, from the same remote database. Cloud computing is also an attractive alternative for more storage capacity and disaster recovery....   [tags: infrastructure, recovery, storage] 2284 words
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The Brillance That is Cloud Atlas - The Brilliance That Is Cloud Atlas Some authors have the natural ability to enthrall the reader from the beginning, weave plots that are both entertaining and suspenseful, and end the book with the reader asking, “How in the world did he do that?” David Mitchell does just that in his award-winning novel, Cloud Atlas. Cloud Atlas is a science-fiction book that employs six different plots simultaneously yet separately. Mitchell utilizes different settings that span across ages and continents, shapes multiple plots, and alludes to the separate plots to link them together across the novel....   [tags: David Mitchell, book analysis]
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Cloud Computing: Pros and Cons - Cloud computing has greatly influenced many aspects within the growing technology sector. This innovative approach has altered the way many businesses and individuals use technology. While there is no one clear definition of cloud computing, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines cloud computing as “a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction” (Mell & Grance, 2011)....   [tags: Pro Con Essays]
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Healthcare Industry's Migration to the Cloud - The healthcare industry’s migration to the cloud is inevitable—driven by an irresistible blend of competitive realities and patient demand. As in any major change in business or technology, early movers tend to reap the benefits. As consumers are becoming more tech savvy, the demand for information at the touch of their fingertips is also becoming more demanding. The move to cloud computing from a healthcare standpoint is taking precedence above the old fashioned way of healthcare. Research has shown that cloud computing is not only good for companies but also for the environment....   [tags: electronic healthcare records] 676 words
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The Benefits of Cloud Computing - Cloud Computing “Cloud computing is a type of computing that relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local services or personal devices to handle applications. The cloud, is used as a metaphor for ‘the internet,’ so the phrase cloud computing means ‘a type of Internet-based computing,’ where different services-such as servers, storage and applications- are delivered to an organization’s computers and device through the Internet. Cloud computing is comparable to grid computing, a type of computing where unused processing cycles of all computers in a network are harnesses to solve problems too intensive for any stand-alone machine (Web 2.0).” Whereas “Web 2.0 is the term give...   [tags: sharing computing resources]
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Wordsworth's In Wandering Lonely As A Cloud - In Wandering Lonely As a Cloud by William Wordsworth the speaker is talking about a time he/she was feeling lonely and dejected and walked aimlessly about. Then the speaker encounters daffodils and is comforted by the sight but, without realizing the profoundness of the experience until later on. The daffodils then serve as comfort during any times of emptiness or boredom. The purpose of this poem is to emphasize the importance of preserving memories. At first, there is that one commencing moment of being overflowed by emotions and joy however, in the long term the true and meaningful value of the experience is the fact that it can be remembered and revisited....   [tags: Emotions, Character Analysis] 1009 words
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The Cloud and Datacenter Utilization - Virtualization can be employed for wide number of functions. It is used to maintain many operating systems deployed in the same physical machine. Similar to these raised area like [1] x86 platforms utilize many client especially virtual clients to supervise virtual machines on the physical machine.[IBM Journal] VMware ESX server a product of VMware brings the performance and scalability is required to provide a competent and approachable datacenter tasks. This white paper proposed a comparison of x86 architecture, VMware ESX server 3.0.1 and open source Xen 3.0.3 to authenticate their promptness for datacenter utilization....   [tags: Information Technology] 1184 words
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Cloud Computing and IT Professionals - Cloud computing is a very attractive topic for IT professionals to talk about because it provides very lucrative features. Cloud paradigm provides rapid on-demand provisioning of resources like CPU, storage, bandwidth etc. to users, with a little bit of management efforts. Recent cloud platforms, as exemplified by Amazon EC2 and S3, Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine, Rackspace , etc., organize a shared pool of servers from multiple data centers, and serve their users using virtualization technologies....   [tags: resource alloacation, cpu storage] 585 words
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I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud - Nature is often a focal point for many author’s works, whether it is expressed through lyrics, short stories, or poetry. Authors are given a cornucopia of pictures and descriptions of nature’s splendor that they can reproduce through words. It is because of this that more often than not a reader is faced with multiple approaches and descriptions to the way nature is portrayed. Some authors tend to look at nature from a deeper and personal observation as in William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”, while other authors tend to focus on a more religious beauty within nature as show in Gerard Manley Hopkins “Pied Beauty”, suggesting to the reader that while to each their own there is...   [tags: Literary Analysis, William Wordsworth] 732 words
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Bullied to Death? by John Cloud - Bullying is nothing new but now times have changed because technology has made it possible for teenagers to bully one another without having to be face to face. This type of bullying is known as Cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is another method that is being used in today’s society to bullied one another and it takes place using technologic devices such as; computers, tablets, cell phone and using social media websites such as; facebook, twitter Instagram etc.. Although cyber bullying is not physical it has become a big problem in today’s society affecting many families psychologically and resulting in irreversible outcomes....   [tags: face to face, suicide, facebook, twitter]
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Cloud Computing: Software as a Service - INTRODUCTION Software as a service or SaaS is a technology made available for use within the cloud computing service that help businesses network or communicate effectively and at reasonable costs. SaaS is growing in popularity with projected sales levels to double by 2015 from the $10 billion reported in 2010 (Wikipedia, 2014). So, what exactly is SaaS by definition, and how does it distribute on a multi-tenant architecture. There are advantages and disadvantages to this service, but it does offer a few application types for businesses such as an all-in-one business package, social network applications, email capabilities, and analytics....   [tags: SaaS, business, network, internet]
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What is Cloud Computing? - The world today is becoming more technologically advanced. Internet use is becoming a more integral part of businesses today. A new way that businesses have started to utilize the internet as a business tool is through cloud computing. “Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction” (NIST, 2011)....   [tags: Finance, Business, Outsourcing] 1347 words
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Overview of Cloud Computing - 1.0 Introduction Cloud computing nowadays are used widely not only in business area but also in schools especially in higher education. Cloud computing is used to store and to keep save user data in the ‘cloud’. Instead of transferring data using hard disk or any other methods, using cloud computing service can help store data to the cloud straight away. Cloud is a model for sending on-demand services, infrastructure, and application software using the network. For instance, Dropbox is one of the cloud computing services where it provides free storage to allow users to save photos, videos, or any documents that users wish to store and at the same time by using cloud computing, users are allo...   [tags: IT, Information Technology]
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Cloud Computing in Small Organization - The IT world is still moving forward. Innovations are not only in new modern hardware, but also in software and of course in improving services and processes that are ensured by IT area. This work deals with the question of future IT development in SolveIT primarily with Cloud Computing. It describes the current company situation and possible solutions. It shows positives and negatives of Cloud Computing and its impact on SolveIT. Work also contains brief description of how effects cloud computing environment and how can be beneficial for business....   [tags: IT Wrold, Innovations, Modern Hardware]
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Independent Movies: The Cloud Atlas - ... The third story is about Luisa Rey, a journalist in San Francisco who discovers a conspiracy regarding a nuclear power plant in 1971. But before Ray receives the incriminating evidence, her inside man is killed. She begins to investigate with the help of the scientist Isaac Sachs and the plant’s head of security Joe Napier. Sachs is also murdered and the assassin makes an attempt on Luisa’s life, but Napier steps in and saves her. Together, they manage to kill the hitman and expose the conspiracy....   [tags: film analysis] 1000 words
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What Is Cloud Computing? - What Is Cloud Computing: • The term cloud as used in the computer vernacular is synonymous to the internet. Cloud computing, simply put, is the easy access of data and programs through the internet as oppose to a computer’s hard drive. • There are four (4) major models of cloud computing which are software as a service, platform as a service, and infrastructure as a service. o Software as a service allows users to subscribe to an application it uses via the internet. o Platform as a service allows users to create its own custom applications o Infrastructure as a service allows users o Security as a service integrates security into a corporate infrastructure on a subscription basis....   [tags: internet, data access, security issues] 975 words
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The Cloud Computing Solution - Our research group has to agree that implementation of cloud computing to PCB companies can be done within the next few years because the IT industry being used by PCB companies will drastically change as the research group knows. Most or some employees may not fully understand the concepts or even grasp the basics of cloud computing in this present era but it takes time for them to learn. Personnel of PCB companies especially upper managers would expect good results and benefits both financial and technical from cloud computing in this fast moving years run by society depending on tons of IT platforms....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Cloud Computing Doomsday Threats - Cloud computing doomsday threats Metadata: Cloud computing has great benefits and eased the way we do business and run daily lives. However, it also possesses a great threat the future of both the technology and humanity. There is the risk that cloud computing will finally take over the humanity. Technology has made great strides in the recent past. It has revolutionised the way companies gather, share and apply information. In addition, it has made day-to-day life much easier for all humanity. Each day new technologies are emerging and bringing in solutions to every imaginable problem....   [tags: humanity, technology, information] 596 words
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Western Digital My Cloud - ... Aesthetically, Western Digital My Cloud is simple, as most new technology gadgets are today. But don’t let the minimalistic look fool you. Although it looks like any of WD’s desktop external hard drives, the 2 or 3TB My Cloud is a file repository, allowing you to keep other devices less cluttered. You can also pull the files stored in public clouds, such as Dropbox. My Cloud allows users to send links to files, so the recipient can open anytime. You can also stream video and audio store, or just open and edit files as if they were stored on your own computer....   [tags: gadgets, security, secure, storage] 518 words
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Cloud Computing - Introduction The information technology industry is growing at a rapid pace. Every business entity needs some form of IT support to ensure that business operations are continuously running. As an entity grows in size and revenue, the information system needed to support the entity needs to grow as well. Some businesses may not have enough resources to accommodate this expansion. Their building may be too small or they cannot afford to purchase the equipment. When this is the case, an organization will choose to migrate their network infrastructure to a cloud computing environment....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Cloud Computing - Cloud Computing is considered the latest buzzword in computing today. It describes a form of computing wherein services are accessed through the Internet on an as needed or pay-per-use basis. Some aspect of cloud computing is in use on a regular basis. Understanding this technology, its benefits, and underlying security risks are important for people in most of today’s technical areas. Because Cloud computing is still considered to be in its infancy, an introduction to cloud computing, defining its major components, with a focus on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), is the foremost theme of this paper....   [tags: Internet] 1983 words
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Cloud Computing -   Introduction Over the past several years the term cloud computing has become common in homes and organizations alike. Cloud computing can be defined as a pooled set of computing resources that are furnished via the internet. There are three types of cloud services typically available, these services are Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS). Organizations can benefit greatly from cloud services because they eliminate the need to buy and manage physical resources....   [tags: Technology, Cyber Criminals] 1112 words
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Cloud Computing - INTRODUCTION Cloud computing has boost a large amount of interest in the IT industry. The market research and analysis firm IDC suggests that the market for cloud computing services was $16bn in 2008 and will rise to $42bn/year by 2012 (Chhabra, Verma & Taneja, 2010) .The era of cloud computing introduces a new dimension for Enterprises. The academia and research worlds have developed a keen interest into challenges and issues introduced by this relatively new concept (Sriram & Khajeh-Hosseini, 2009)....   [tags: Information Technology, Data, Security] 2060 words
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Cloud Computing - Cloud computing can be defined as: “a variety of computing concepts that involve a large number of computers connected through a real-time communication network such as the Internet.” Our understanding of cloud computing is distributed computing over a network with the ability to run a program or application on many connected computers at the same time. From our research we can describe Cloud computing as both a platform and a type of application. The Cloud computing platform offers, configures, reconfigures and provisions hardware and software services as needed....   [tags: platform, application, technology, virtualization]
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Cloud Computing - Technology continuously attempts to re-invent and re-define itself nowadays. It is developing at a very fast pace globally, and is taking over the way people live their lives every day. When you think back to what computers use to be when they were first invented, to what they are now, it really is remarkable. When I think back to my first computer, key words/phrases that jump out to me are: AOL, dial-up, big bulky computers, long loading times. Those days are long gone now with consistent new software and technology updates....   [tags: Technology]
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Cloud Computing - The new way of the world for more web software development is the set of applications of cloud based API. Governments and private sector organizations are trying to streamline operations as they expand their footprints. The new technologies are already cost efficiencies in infrastructure facilities like never before. Equally important, a number of new technological innovations now help us to re-imagine the efficiency and optimization of infrastructure and services in general. The biggest impact of this is visible in the area of smart cities, which is transforming the provision of management services and energy and utilities....   [tags: Services, Benefits]
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