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PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:20 am    Post subject: Cloud Computing as server Reply with quote

Iím working with National Archives somewhere in South East Asia in which my institution intends to go for cloud server to comply with the government urge to digitize all the public records. The information technology revolution has caused organizations not only in the private sector but also government agencies are in the process of adapting and replacing most traditional IT hardware to store data / information. One of the popular technologies is cloud computing, and most of the governments now in the process of becoming an electronic government by digitizing all their records. But is it safe to keep records in the cloud server? By digitizing all records, the user can open any record in their personal computer (PC) or other device such as a mobile phone, and the records or information may be stored on a cloud server. Iím working with National Archives somewhere in South East Asia in which my institution intends to go for cloud server to comply with the government urge to digitize all the public records. My concern is there possibility that records may be misused by certain parties? Your advice is highly appreciated.
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