Cloud Computing? Not So Fast—Unintended Consequences of Recent Disclosures
So the future was supposed to be upon us: a world in which, untethered by the need to be physically anywhere, we would all put our information in the cloud and access it by any device we chose, anywhere we happened to be. Experts would make sure that the data was protected, that it was safe, and that it didn’t fall into the wrong hands. The vision is compelling, particularly for businesses that want to ditch their expensive server farms and hard-to-maintain infrastructure, and run lean, mean, and just-in-time with all the flexibility promised by software as a service and distributed data sets. Read Rita McGrath’s entire Harvard Business Review post here.
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