A Break In The Cloud? The Reality Of Cloud Computing

@inproceedings{Rose2011ABI,
  title={A Break In The Cloud? The Reality Of Cloud Computing},
  author={Chris Rose},
  booktitle={BIOINFORMATICS 2011},
  year={2011}
}
Cloud computing is on the forefront of the technological landscape with Google, Microsoft and Amazon, among others, building up their server capacity to handle the next perceived leap in technological innovation. However, not only does the security of cloud computing have to be seriously addressed, but SOA governance and the capacity in the core, connectivity and fiber layers of the Internet to absorb the increased bandwidth will also have to be considered. 

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