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Title: Cloud computing; Risvolti normativi
Authors: Limone, Marilena
Stanzione, Pasquale
Musio, Antonio
Keywords: Cloud computing
Nube informatica
Issue Date: 18-May-2015
Publisher: Universita degli studi di Salerno
Abstract: The expression "cloud computing", in Italian “nuvola informatica”, indicates a complex range of technologies that allow, typically in the form service offered by a provider to the customer, to store, archive and / or process data, in most cases of a personal nature, thanks to the use of hardware and software resources distributed and virtualized on line. Cloud computing services are used in different ways and by different users: consumers, in general, use them for e-mail, for storing and sharing content and information of various kinds, for payment services but also for access to music and video streaming. Companies, however, employ cloud especially for office basic tools, collaboration and project management, especially romote, but also for the creation of custom applications. If we take account of the breadth of data that are placed on the network so we can understand how important the issue of their security and privacy protection for the users of these services is. First af all, fundamental appears ensure to the consumers a constant right to the active monitoring of the information entered in the network as well as a right to their subsequent modification or cancellation, if deemed appropriate. These rights are not always guaranteed, or, at least, not always meet, in the EU and extra EU laws, the same level of protection. [edited by Author]
Description: 2013 - 2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10556/1958
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