Three important technology issues face professionals in today’s business, education, and government world. In Privacy, Identity, and Cloud Computing, author and computer expert Dr. Harry Katzan Jr. addresses the subjects of privacy and identity as they relate to the new discipline of cloud computing, a model for providing on-demand access to computing service via the Internet.
A compendium of eight far-reaching papers, Privacy, Identity, and Cloud Computing thoroughly dissects and discusses the following:
• The privacy of cloud computing
• Identity as a service
• Identity analytics and belief structures
• Compatibility relations in identity analysis
• Conspectus of cloud computing
• Cloud computing economics: Democratization and monetization of services
• Ontological view of cloud computing
• Privacy as a service
Katzan provides not only a wealth of information, but gives exposure to these topics facing today’s computer users. Ultimately, these are important facets of modern computing, and all their implications must be considered thoroughly in anticipation of future developments.