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Cloud Computing: Perception and Security Issues with the B School Students


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Cloud computing is a promising technology to facilitate development of large scale, on demand, flexible computing infrastructures. But without security embedded into innovative technology that supports cloud computing, businesses are setting themselves up for a fall. The trend of frequently adopting this technology by the organizations automatically introduced new risk on existing risk. Obviously putting everything into a single box i.e. into the cloud will only make it easier for hacker. This paper presents an overview and the study of cloudcomputing perception and securities. Also include the several security and challenging issues, emerging application and the future trends of cloud computing.

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Cloud Computing, Security Issues, Innovative Technology, Perception.
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S. R. Kavitha
JJT University, Rajasthan, India

Abstract


Cloud computing is a promising technology to facilitate development of large scale, on demand, flexible computing infrastructures. But without security embedded into innovative technology that supports cloud computing, businesses are setting themselves up for a fall. The trend of frequently adopting this technology by the organizations automatically introduced new risk on existing risk. Obviously putting everything into a single box i.e. into the cloud will only make it easier for hacker. This paper presents an overview and the study of cloudcomputing perception and securities. Also include the several security and challenging issues, emerging application and the future trends of cloud computing.

Keywords


Cloud Computing, Security Issues, Innovative Technology, Perception.

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