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In recent years, many computer and Internet functions have moved from users’ computers to remote servers that make up a “cloud” of data and processing power. The increasing prevalence of cloud-based services, including a federal policy to transition to the cloud, raises several concerns regarding data. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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  1. 1 Show/Hide More Chris Clayton, Standard Cloud Taxonomies and Windows Azure, MSDN, 2011
    Cloud solutions come in three main taxonomies: infrastructure as service, platform as service, and software as service. This article reviews the strengths and weaknesses of each taxonomy, demonstrating the trade-off between control, agility, and cost-efficiency.
  2. 2 Show/Hide More Harvard Law National Security Research Group, Cloud Computing and National Security Law, 2010
    This report presents a definition of cloud computing, examining both its benefits and drawbacks. Second, it examines legal challenges posed by cloud computing, with particular attention to implications of cloud computing for U.S. law enforcement and national security agencies. Third, it outlines several recommendations for legislative responses to this new technology.
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May 21, 2013

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