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anelinamartin
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Cloud Computing security Risk
anelinamartin   10/14/2013 1:08:01 AM
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Cloud computing have number of benefits. Due to cloud computing physical data carier is not neceassary we can access data whole over the world without using physical carier. But cloud computing on other hand can damage the things.Like if some one Access your account you can suffer with data and financial loose. Identity stealing is one of the most growing crime today. But There are number of way by adopting which can secure  your identity and can enjoy the benefits of cloud computing. 

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Re: Cloud Computing security Risk
Debera Harward   10/15/2013 5:43:48 AM
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Cloud computing has number of benefits like it is cost effective,for  the other desktop softwares lisencing is required for every user this makes them expensive as compared to cloud computing , Cloud computing has unlimited storage you usually dont have to face the issue of storing high data, Once you are registered on the cloud it is very easy to access the data from anywhere in the world ,Its deployment is very quick as well and there are many more advanatges .

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Debera Harward   10/15/2013 5:47:54 AM
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Like every technology has advantages and disadvantages cloud computing also have certain disadvantages . First of all is the technical issues this technology sometimes faces huge network outages issuesand downtimes , Secondly security issue is very hard in cloud computing as one is placing all the companies information on the third party server . Last but not the least as mentioned above in this technology it is very difficult to avoid hacking .

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