cloud provider


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cloud provider

An organization that provides hardware and/or software services over the Internet. See cloud computing and cloud management system.
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A global webscale cloud provider has selected Zayo Group Holdings, Inc.
DSM, one of Florida's largest private cloud providers, has has announced that it has officially been granted GSA (Government Services Administration) approval with contract number 47QTCA18D005E, the company said.
Customers pay only for what they use and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) may yield up to 60% operating cost savings over other cloud providers.
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No cloud provider will take responsibility for your data, but there are solutions you can purchase to help.
Often, trusting outside cloud providers with sensitive or mission-critical corporate data is seen as risky, not only in terms of potential breaches, but also in terms of the potential need for a relationship between a cloud provider and consumer to be modified or terminated.
Further, a cloud solution removes need for internal IT resources to be trained on administering the application, and if end-user training is required, that task shifts to the cloud provider.
Navatar Group is the industry cloud provider of CRM and content management for financial services firms.
Along those lines, Srail says cloud providers had hoped they could hold data, but that's it--so if cyber criminals steal a customer's password and access that company's data, the cloud provider wouldn't be liable.
Assessing cloud security starts with the basics of due diligence, including ensuring a cloud provider is financially viable and collecting the alphabet soup of audits and certifications--SSAE 16 (SOC 1), SAS 70 type II, ISO 27001" according to an article on NU's PC360.
Recently, this played out when the cloud provider Nirvanix -- an IBM storage partner -- filed for bankruptcy protection.
In this paradigm, user does not need to maintain the infrastructure that is managed and maintained by the cloud provider.