It is believed that Australia can use its potential for creating an on-shore cloud computing industry. This alliance was needed for drafting the regulatory framework for protecting date and promoting investment.http://cloudtechsite.com/blogposts/ozhub-the-new-alliance-of-cloud-computing-providers.html
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instead of blabbing concerns about security the government should start working with other governments and international bodies which would seem best for monitoring and setting appropriate standards for cloud suppliers according to this article the future of cloud computing is going to be based on a hybrid approach, bringing in the best of public and private cloud services http://cloudtechsite.com/blogposts/liberal-democrat-party-has-fears-regarding-public-data-cloud.html
microsoft suffers outages
when a cloud service goes down, everyone can hear you scream. But that's an advantage to this type of platform, not a disadvantage. And it means that problems get fixed quickly. read this article to see that how this problem becomes and opportunity for microsoft http://cloudtechsite.com/blogposts/analysts%E2%80%99-remark-cloud-is-liable-to-disruption-just-as-any-other-computing-system.html
The advantage of any similar disruption is that the cloud domain gets updated more frequently as a result of such disruptions, than usual annual updates. Moreover, the problems get fixed sooner as the cloud disruptions make big news as soon as something like this happens. I’m sure the authorities will be able to hold the services of cloud with much reliability in the future.
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