Existing Citations

  • cloud computing (p. .671): Cloud Computing is a new term for an old service with new features. Many of us used to have an email account during the last two decades. Data location, storage and processing are usually unknown to the user. In fact, this was a kind of Cloud service. Cloud was known as on demand infrastructure in the 90s and as Grid/Utility computing in the 2000s. Clouds and Grids are common in their vision, architecture and technology, but they differ in security, programming model, business model, compute model, data model and applications. [Citing Foster, I., Zhao, Y., Raicu, I. and Lu, S. 2008. Cloud Computing and grid computing 360-degree compared. ] (†1705)
  • cloud governance (p. 674): Cloud governance is a framework applied to all related parties and business processes in a secure way, to guarantee that the organization's Cloud supports the goals of organization strategies and objectives. (†1704)
  • cloud governance (p. 672): Cloud Computing Governance is part of the IT governance in the organization’s governance hierarchy. (†1708)
  • governance (p. 672): Governance consists of policies, guidance, processes and decision-rights for a given area of responsibility. Corporate governance is to align processes and policies with business to ensure arrival to the business objectives. IT governance is part of the corporate governance and focuses on IT decisions and policies to ensure that IT assets are used according to the approved policies and procedures. (†1706)
  • information technology governance (p. 672): IT governance is responsible for aligning the IT assets with the business goals and strategy to deliver values to the entity. (†1707)