Technology's rapid advancement had changed the way in which we interact and conduct our daily lives. Every day, new ideas and innovations are being disseminated through the interconnected web networks which are intertwined with the tip of our finger. One of the most impressive contemporary digital innovations is cloud computing.
Cloud computing refers to the delivery of computing service over the Internet (Microsoft, n.d.). As with other forms of technology: there is ease that comes with it, and there are several aspects that we need to be wary of as well. In this latest digital bibliography, CfDS present you with a reading list to get to know the concept of cloud computing, the challenges that come with cloud computing, as well as the opportunities that can come from it.
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- Grobauer, B., Walloschek, T., Stocker, E. (2011). Understanding Cloud Computing Vulnerabilities. IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, 9, pp. 50–57.
- Gutiérrez, H.E., Korn, D. (2013). Facilitando the Cloud: Data Protection Regulation as a Driver of National Competitiveness in Latin America. The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 45, pp. 33–61.
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- Hallene, A. (2013). Clearing Up the Cloud: What Are Your Responsibilities When Storing Data Online? GPSolo 30(1), pp. 34–38.
- Jadeja, Y., Modi, K. (2012). Cloud computing - concepts, architecture and challenges, in 2012 International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technologies (ICCEET). Presented at the 2012 International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technologies (ICCEET), IEEE, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India, pp. 877–880.
- Keswani, A. (2012). Community Economic Development in the Cloud: How Low-Cost Technology Is Democratizing Development and Driving Community Growth. Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law 21, pp. 141–159.
- Newton, J., (2010). Is Cloud Computing Green Computing? GPSolo 27, pp. 28–31.
- Townend, P., Xu, J., Austin, J. (2013). Introduction: e-Science–towards the cloud: infrastructures, applications and research. Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 371, pp.1–3.
- Wright, D.J., Wang, S. (2011). The emergence of spatial cyberinfrastructure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108, pp. 5488–5491.
- Zhang, Q., Cheng, L., Boutaba, R. (2010). Cloud computing: state-of-the-art and research challenges. Journal of Internet Services and Applications 1, pp.7–18.
- Iyar, S. and Gordon, C. (2007). Why buy the cow?. California: WebEx.
- Erl, T., Mahmood, Z. and Puttini, R. (2017). Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology & Architecture. Noida: Dorling Kindersley.
- Babcock, C. (2010). Management strategies for the cloud revolution. New York: McGraw-Hill.
- Hu, T. (2016). A prehistory of the cloud. Massachusetts: MIT Press.
- Orban, S (2018). Ahead in the Cloud: Best Practices for Navigating the Future of Enterprise IT, California: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform,
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