cloud service provider


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cloud service provider

An organization that offers services to customers over the Internet. Essentially, all service providers are cloud service providers because they operate a datacenter in the cloud. See cloud computing and service provider.
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Summary: The Emirates Advanced National Research and Education Network (Ankabut) has announced that it has achieved the status of Dell Technologies' Cloud Service Provider (CSP).
At the same time, many organizations have found that third-party cloud service provider offerings around KMS (key management services) can quickly add complexitywith each provider maintaining a different set of security keysand fall short of protecting on-premises components, such as those required for an end-to-end hybrid cloud HSM service.
The catastrophe risk modeling firm said its probabilistic cyber model estimates the likelihood, severity, and economic and insurance impact of security breach and cloud service provider downtime incidents.
True Internet Data Center Co., Ltd., a leading full-service data center and cloud service provider in Thailand, and BBIX, Inc., the fastest growing Internet Exchange Service Provider under SoftBank Corp.
All these measures help the IT organisation to gain control over user behaviour and not rely on the cloud service provider for this level of security.
Preferably, the estimated price is directly observable, such as the price that a cloud service provider offers on a stand-alone basis.
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.
These obligations apply to any cloud service provider that owns, operates, or offers access to data centres, or other elements of a cloud system, located in the Kingdom.
In terms of who's responsible, more than half (59 percent) of the respondents believe that dealing with cloud service interruptions is the primary responsibility of the cloud service provider. Eighty-three percent of respondents also believe that their organisations' cloud service provider is responsible for ensuring that their workloads and data in the cloud are protected against outages.
The current research work deals with the application of TOPSIS in the two most critical areas of concern, viz., selection of the suitable cloud service provider from the top 3 in current fiercely competitive cloud industry and most suitable cloud based on its type.
That is why NGCert project partners developed programs as part of the certificates which constantly check the location of the cloud service provider's computers--something referred to as geolocation.