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In a recent NetworkWorld post, Josh Marpet provided commentary on "Trust in the Cloud", a presentation by David Lingenfelter, Security Officer at Fiberlink.
Clouds are everywhere……
The following was written by Chuck Brown of Fiberlink in response to "E-mail 'biggest' security risk, Microsoft says" published November 10, 2009, on Goverment Computer News.
There has been much written already about the issues and events that led to the massive service outage and data loss that occurred at the Danger/Microsoft datacenter that hosted the T-Mobile Sidekick services:
From David Lingenfelter, Fiberlink.
Tomorrow, the White House CIO, Vivek Kundra, is going to announce his plans for cloud computing. It’s anticipated that this first phase he will announce at a press conference in California will give government agencies a central place to store and use simple collaboration tools. Kundra, who has acknowledged cloud computing’s place in the government’s IT tool box, agrees with many (including me) that it will cut costs.
Right now we’re in the slow part of the summer – into the middle of August when more people are on vacation than in the office. A time when most of Europe is on holiday. When most people rely on their handhelds and laptops to answer emails from the beach and finish reports on airplanes.