University of La Verne

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  • White Papers // Apr 2014

    Comparative Analysis of Cloud Computing Security Issues

    Almost all the organizations are seriously thinking to adopt the cloud computing services, seeing its benefits in terms of cost, accessibility, availability, flexibility and highly automated process of updation. Cloud computing enhances the current capabilities dynamically without further investment. Cloud computing is a band of resources, applications and services. In...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Aug 2013

    Formal Modeling of Agent Based Cloud Computing Services Using Petri Nets

    Cloud computing provides the better resource sharing and utilization of services through virtual shared servers. The allocation and deallocation of resources effects on quality, processing, memory, and service provisioning. The automation of cloud computing services is a big issue till now this model provides the better utilization of resources on...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Towards Information Security Metrics Framework for Cloud Computing

    Cloud computing has recently emerged as new computing paradigm which basically aims to provide customized, reliable, dynamic services over the internet. Cost and security are influential issues to deploy cloud computing in large enterprise. Privacy and security are very important issues in terms of user trust and legal compliance. Information...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Corruption In Slovakia: Ethical Issues From A Systematic Point Of View

    Corruption, at all of its various levels, is one of the most serious threats to the stability and development of a civil society. Western Europe and the European Union institutions are not excluded from this epidemic, but in most of the former Eastern Bloc Countries corruption, in all of its...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Corruption In Slovakia: Ethical Issues From A Systematic Point Of View

    Corruption, at all of its various levels, is one of the most serious threats to the stability and development of a civil society. Western Europe and the European Union institutions are not excluded from this epidemic, but in most of the former Eastern Bloc Countries corruption, in all of its...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Towards Information Security Metrics Framework for Cloud Computing

    Cloud computing has recently emerged as new computing paradigm which basically aims to provide customized, reliable, dynamic services over the internet. Cost and security are influential issues to deploy cloud computing in large enterprise. Privacy and security are very important issues in terms of user trust and legal compliance. Information...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Apr 2014

    Comparative Analysis of Cloud Computing Security Issues

    Almost all the organizations are seriously thinking to adopt the cloud computing services, seeing its benefits in terms of cost, accessibility, availability, flexibility and highly automated process of updation. Cloud computing enhances the current capabilities dynamically without further investment. Cloud computing is a band of resources, applications and services. In...

    Provided By University of La Verne

  • White Papers // Aug 2013

    Formal Modeling of Agent Based Cloud Computing Services Using Petri Nets

    Cloud computing provides the better resource sharing and utilization of services through virtual shared servers. The allocation and deallocation of resources effects on quality, processing, memory, and service provisioning. The automation of cloud computing services is a big issue till now this model provides the better utilization of resources on...

    Provided By University of La Verne