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Study: Patchwork Of Laws Undermines Cloud Computing Market

National Journal, February 22, 2012

Josh Smith

While many developed countries have adjusted their laws and regulations to address cloud computing, the wide differences in those rules make it difficult for companies to invest in the technology, according to a new study by the Business Software Alliance.

Cloud computing provides resources, software and data over networks. Such systems may feature servers in one country and customers in another, making it difficult to regulate and protect them... Read Full Story >>

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2/22/2012
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