Internet cloud security: The illusion of inclusion
Cloud computing has swelled into an estimated \\$46 billion market, representing roughly 17% of global software sales. This translates into a technology tsunami that can overwhelm the end user if they are not cautious about Internet safety. The ubiquity associated with cloud computing has created a huge false sense of security. Data, information, and applications are rapidly populating the ” cloud environment”. Society is experiencing the illusion of inclusion. They see the cloud as one service from one source. The general public has no notion of the perils that lurk in the cloud. The word haze may be a better description for this atmosphere. This article will describe and discuss cloud computing technology. Furthermore, it will examine what the cloud pioneers Apple, Google and Amazon, are doing to safeguard the cloud and how they cope with the illusion of inclusion.