CLOUD COMPUTING SECURITY ISSUES: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) PERCEPTION

S. AHMED, M.N. BROHI

Abstract


Cloud Computing is a virtual place of IT organizations that is given to a client over a system on a leased basis and with the capacity to scale up or down their organization fundamentals. Generally, cloud computing organizations are taken by an outside supplier who owns the foundation. Cloud computing gives the client an outsourcing model where the supplier deals with the customer's processing and stockpiling necessities on a pay-as-you-go basis. Organizations need to definitely know the benefits and difficulties particularly for the most basic applications. Security controls in cloud computing are generally the same as security controls in any IT environment. These controls are executed in one or more layers running from the offices (physical security) to the system framework (system security), to the IT framework (framework security) and the distance to the data and applications (application security). Security is noticed as a key requirement when applying cloud computing. This paper presents a detailed examination of the cloud computing security issues perceived by UAE clients including their difficulties concentrating on the cloud computing and the organization transportation types.

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