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Fog Computing Pushing Intelligence to the Edge

  title={Fog Computing Pushing Intelligence to the Edge},
  author={Monika Gupta},
  journal={International Journal For Science Technology And Engineering},
  • Monika Gupta
  • Published 1 March 2017
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal For Science Technology And Engineering
Cloud computing is a delivery platform which promises a new way of accessing and storing personal as well as business information. It provides resources to its users through the Internet. But it also has a risk that is the involvement of a third party which makes it difficult to trust that user data is secure enough and will not be misused. To provide security, new technology called Fog computing is used. Fog computing, also termed edge computing, can address those problems by providing elastic… 

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