IndustryWeek : Microsoft to Congress: Time For New Cloud Computing Laws


 

Peter Alpern writes, “Microsoft and many of its competitors, such as Google and Amazon.com, have already invested billions of dollars in cloud computing, where applications and data run on remote servers owned by third parties. With more and more information moving from the desktop to "the cloud", the next generation of applications will include business software and data.

For this reason, Smith urged regulators to consider rules focused on privacy, security and international sovereignty.”

IndustryWeek : Microsoft to Congress: Time For New Cloud Computing Laws


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