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cloud computing

n.
The use of services made available on the internet for storing data and running software programs. Cloud computing replaces many of the traditional functions of the personal computer.

cloud computing

n
a model of computer use in which services stored on the internet are provided to users on a temporary basis
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Currently, Prinsley says, only a handful of companies have implemented BCRs addressing cloud computing, and those that have BCRs focus on the data controller rather than the cloud provider.
The policy, which can be customized for each client based on its exposures, provides coverage for business-income loss resulting from an interruption in service from a cloud provider.
NET now has the largest number of locations of any public cloud provider offer 13 total locations providing both Windows and Linux cloud hosting out of each location.
With the right cloud provider, the answer to this question is that your company data, information and files are likely to be far more secure on a good cloud platform than on your own in-house servers.
4) A Cloud provider can offer access to seemingly unlimited applications, operating systems, and hardware as services of the Cloud.
Regardless of how much control they relinquish, they must ensure that the cloud provider cares as much about protecting the data as the client does.
Companies should also take a look at intellectual property rights, he adds, and who owns what if the contract is severed or the cloud provider goes out of business.
The cloud provider maintains his own hiring practices, rotation of individuals, and access control procedures.
The company also has added new partners to its Red Hat Certified Cloud Provider Program.
PaaS allows businesses to develop and deploy applications to the cloud using programming languages and tools either provided or supported by the cloud provider.
Even if you are sure that your cloud provider will be around for as long as you need it, you should still also make sure that the data you put into the cloud is portable and exportable.
This hyperscale cloud provider will leverage the newly deployed 100G routes to improve network resiliency and reduce latency by building an overlay networka duplicate, redundant framework equal in capacity and fully diverse.