I believe, the most serious challenge to adoption of cloud computing by finanacial service setor is the lack of universally recognized methodologies for security from data centre and cloud service providers.
I've heard about this conference to be held at Cambridge in July which aims to bridge the lack of trust and understanding of issues between the IT executives of financial companies and Cloud service providers, really loooking forward to it.Hope it helps the IT decision makers in financial service companies to navigate the often complex processes they require in the management of risk, sensitive data and privacy issues, and the control and compliance processes in a cloud environment.
Some of the "cool" people are testing a new Web service: Blippy. It could be a great data source for corporations to glean info about customers’ credit card purchases. But it has all sorts of possible privacy and security problems. Buyer beware!
If you listen to the hype, clouds are everywhere. But if you look at the data, it turns out most customers say they still wouldn't use cloud computing for mission-critical apps or data. What's holding them back? Fritz investigates.
Companies in Asia have mostly applied "back-burner" IT tactics in the recession – but this will no longer work as the economy starts turning. How can companies in Asia respond better and more dynamically to future market change? Check out IDC's list against your own.
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