Governing Cloud Computing

The federal government is not in the business of developing new technologies, but they are in the business of investing in them. If you are planning to develop, computer-based products and services or would like to gain a better grasp on the players in the computer sector, then I strongly suggest you read this book. This book will make plain the policies that drive acceptance of Cloud and computerized systems. If you could couple your efforts with the current legislative momentum, your windfall could be enormous.

This book describes the underlying policies that aid in driving the acceptance of cloud computing. It will help you understand how Cloud Computing technology, design, and architecture is governed by regulatory measures, laws, and funding priorities. Cloud computing is promulgated by U.S and European entities and its representatives. In the United States, the integrity, privacy, and security of medical and health records is a prime directive. In the European Community, personal privacy and data security are major factors that encourage the acceptance of cloud computing. Pay close attention to the regulations, policies codes, rules, and standards because failure to comply with regulatory requirements can cause you to loses your footing in the marketplace.

Even though policies, guidance’s, and interpretations from various agencies, may echo similar definitions, it is important to understand those small distinctions governing each complementary framework. This book unveils the stakeholders and policy shakers who provide funding and drive public policy for acceptance of Cloud and computer networks. Technology innovation it is not within regulatory agencies core competency. They specialize in regulating and taxing, not creating new technologies. However, agencies have developed a set of expectations for companies who develop and operate computer systems in regulated spaces. If you follow the rules, you will win the game.