Does the Cloud need better PR for consumer acceptance?
ncharles 3 years ago
Some people in the media are questioning whether or not "the Cloud" has become a dirty phrase, after all the highly public and humbling security lapses at Amazon.com, Dropbox.com, and at Sony's Playstation Network. Are consumers afraid of the Cloud? Should there be a national or international licensing authority to give the Cloud more credibility?
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