Big Data Quarterly Summer Cloud Currents

Big Data Quarterly Summer Cloud Currents

Does GDPR Spell the End of the Cloud as We Know It Today?

The Big Data Quarterly Summer Cloud Currents Article is out in the summer 2016 issue. As a regular columnist for the Big Data Quarterly I co-write an article on Cloud Currents with Don Sullivan. In the Cloud Currents section we reflect on trends in the cloud. The newest article is Does GDPR Spell the End of the Cloud as We know It Today? If your organization does business in the cloud, I highly suggest you take the time to read our latest article.

Big Data Quarterly Summer 2016 Cloud Currents

Here is a sampling of the article…

The modern economy is undeniably global. The world has been made smaller by the proliferation of applications, services, and, most importantly, data delivered and managed in the proverbial cloud. One could argue that the uprising known as the “Arab Spring” occurred as a direct result of cloud-based applications and the innate property of the cloud to disseminate information around the globe to people to whom it was not previously available…. (To Read Does GDPR Spell the End of the Cloud as We Know It Today? click here)

If you have never read an issue of the Big Data Quarterly, I would encourage you to take the time and try it. Each issue iof the Big Data Quartlery is stocked full of useful information.  To Subscribe to the Big Data Quarterly Click Here The latest article in the section Cloud Currents should be read by any business that does business in the cloud. If you feel there is a particular topic we should cover in a future issue of the Big Data Quarterly Cloud Currents section drop me or Don a note.

Mike

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