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Cloud Computing & Net Neutrality


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student26

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Hello,

 

Do you think that cloud computing is positive for large companies - why/ why not?

Also, does net neutrality applies ?

 

Thank you ! 


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No cloud I think it is a gimmick of the moment.

If you have no internet you have no access to your data.

If its cloud av and you loose your connection you loose protection.

People can steal your data if the servers have a vulnerability or the connection to them is weak or vulnerable to attack  it's like putting all the eggs in one basket for a hacker/s why hack many computer's when there is a place with lots of people data stored in it.

From my point of view it's a bad way to go. It's a nice idea but in this world not so good to many bad people.


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No cloud I think it is a gimmick of the moment.

If you have no internet you have no access to your data.

If its cloud av and you loose your connection you loose protection.

People can steal your data if the servers have a vulnerability or the connection to them is weak or vulnerable to attack  it's like putting all the eggs in one basket for a hacker/s why hack many computer's when there is a place with lots of people data stored in it.

From my point of view it's a bad way to go. It's a nice idea but in this world not so good to many bad people.

Thank you 


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