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Data security in cloud computing - Part 4: Cloud data storage

8/22/2011 03:30 PM EDT
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prabhakar_deosthali   8/23/2011 6:00:36 AM
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The cost advantage in storing your data on a cloud securely is a definite plus for going for Cloud services. It reduces the burden of maintaining, backups,disaster recovery and protecting your data and this is done very reliably using the state of art techniques by your CSP, which you as an individual company may not be in a position to do monetarily and management wise.

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EREBUS0   8/23/2011 12:18:59 AM
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You bring up a good point. Are cloud users aware of their DATA value? Some people do not understand how data can be used by others. The issues of data mining are all about finding a special key indicator that yeilds information that can be exploited. If you do not understand that all of your data may have value to others beyond yourself, then you may not place sufficient security safeguards on the data. It is equivalent to putting all of your passwords in a plain text document so you can find them easier. So can someone else.

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