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  Possible Improvement Directions in Cloud Computing  
  Authors : Tariq Ahamad
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Cloud computing is the most emerging trend in modern world technology and has its meaning to different people under different circumstances. But the most common characteristics are secure on demand access to different services and transfer of data from both sides of the organization. As the number of services, tools and active organizations is increasing, so is increasing the threats. Most of the securities have drawbacks in terms of cost and reliability for both cloud computing organizations and its using organizations. In this research article, we categorize the basic problems that are related to security and must be dealt seriously.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 4, Issue 5

Date of Publication : October 2015

Pages : 753 - 755

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Publication Link : Possible Improvement Directions in Cloud Computing




Tariq Ahamad : College of Computer Engineering & Sciences, Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, KSA








Cloud Computing

Access Control




Cloud computing, the more it grows the more trust and reliability and security is expected and needed. In the research, we have proposed two different ideas that can be used to develop and maintain the trust and reliability in order to make cloud data more safe. We suggest two ideas involving monitor auditing and advanced encryption of cloud data to ensure better and reliable access control policies.










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