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An Internet-based system. A cloud service is anything delivered over the Internet, such as websites, streaming video, applications and backup. A cloud service is software running on servers in an Internet-connected datacenter. See cloud computing, cloud storage, Web application and server.
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Of course the agent managing the cloud service has access to the data.
TOKYO, June 22, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announces enhancements to its existing portfolio of cloud services. Under these service enhancements, Fujitsu will offer cloud services with strengthened functionality to promote migration of mission critical systems to the multi-cloud, and will realize the hybrid IT environments needed by customer businesses.
Unveiling the upcoming service, dubbed "Enterprise Cloud," during a press conference held at the firm's data center in Seoul, President and CEO Hong Won-pyo said the cloud service is one of the four core areas of the firm's strategic focus.
Our vision is to continue serving the local market in Oman and to establish a regional footprint as a cloud service provider of choice in the region.
IT solutions provider and systems integrator (SI), STME, suggests technological and commercial drivers along with existing and increasing security concerns are at the heart of the managed cloud services sector's growth across the Middle East (ME).
The Cloud Framework applies to any cloud service provided to cloud customers having a residence or customer address in Saudi Arabia.
The research indicates that many organisations fail to understand their own responsibility, in addition to that of the cloud service providers', in ensuring that their critical business applications are adequately protected in the event of an outage.