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Delivery and Adoption of Cloud Computing Services in Contemporary Organizations

Delivery and Adoption of Cloud Computing Services in Contemporary Organizations

This chapter presents a selected review for Cloud Computing and explains the issues and risks of adopting Cloud Computing in a business environment. Although all the risks identified may be associated with two major Cloud adoption challenges, a framework is required to support organisations as they begin to use Cloud and minimise risks of Cloud adoption. Eleven Cloud Computing frameworks are investigated and a comparison of their strengths and limitations is made. The result of the comparison is that none of them can deal with all the Cloud adoption challenges thoroughly and a new, comprehensive framework is required if organisations are to overcome these challenges. This proposed framework would ensure that benefits of Cloud adoption are maximised whilst minimising the risks of Cloud adoption and can integrate existing and new projects with Leeds Beckett Cloud.

Section 1
Cloud Fundamentals and Surveys
Chapter 1
Cloud Computing and Frameworks for Organisational Cloud Adoption
Victor Chang, Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering, Leeds Beckett University,
UK
Robert John Walters, Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK
Gary B. Wills, Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK
Chapter 2
The Role of Cloud Computing Adoption in Global Business
Kijpokin Kasemsap, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
Chapter 3
Impact of EU Data Protection Laws on Cloud Computing: Capturing Cloud-Computing
Challenges and Fault Lines
Morgan Eldred, University of Portsmouth, UK
Carl Adams, University of Portsmouth, UK
Alice Good, University of Portsmouth, UK
Section 2
Cloud Adoption Issues and Cases
Chapter 4
Analyzing French and Italian iPhone 4S Mobile Cloud Customer Satisfaction Presented by
Organizational Sustainability Modeling
Victor Chang, Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering, Leeds Beckett University,
UK
Chapter 5
A Conceptual Model for Cloud Computing Adoption by SMEs in Australia
Ishan Senarathna, Deakin University, Australia
Matthew Warren, Deakin University, Australia
William Yeoh, Deakin University, Australia
Scott Salzman, Deakin University, Australia
Chapter 6
Analysis of Cloud Services on Business Processes in the Digitalization of the Consumer Product
Industry
Ute Riemann, Business Principal Consultant, Business Transformation Services, SAP
Deutschland AG & Co. KG, Walldorf, Germany
Chapter 7
Cloud Computing for Rural ICT Implementations: Methods, Models, and Architectures
Mohamed Fazil Mohamed Firdhous, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
Section 3
Current Cloud Advances
Chapter 8
A Resource Allocation Model for Desktop Clouds
Abdulelah Alwabel, University of Southampton, UK
Robert John Walters, University of Southampton, UK
Gary B. Wills, University of Southampton, UK
Chapter 9
Performance Evaluation of Multi-Core Multi-Cluster Architecture (MCMCA)
Norhazlina Hamid, University of Southampton, UK
Robert John Walters, University of Southampton, UK
Gary B. Wills, University of Southampton, UK
Chapter 10
A Formal Framework for Cloud Systems
Zakaria Benzadri, University of Constantine 2, Algeria
Chafia Bouanaka, University of Constantine 2, Algeria
Faïza Belala, University of Constantine 2, Algeria
Chapter 11
Building Clouds: An Integrative Approach for an Automated Deployment of Elastic Cloud
Services
Leonard Heilig, University of Hamburg, Germany
Stefan Voß, University of Hamburg, Germany
Lars Wulfken, Amazon Web Services, Germany
Section 4
Proofs-of-Concept and Demonstrations
Chapter 12
Cloud Services for Healthcare: Insights from a Multidisciplinary Integration Project
Konstantinos Koumaditis, University of Piraeus, Greece
George Pittas, University of Piraeus, Greece
Marinos Themistocleous, University of Piraeus, Greece
George Vassilacopoulos, University of Piraeus, Greece
Andriana Prentza, University of Piraeus, Greece
Dimosthenis Kyriazis, University of Piraeus, Greece
Flora Malamateniou, University of Piraeus, Greece
Chapter 13
Genome Sequencing in the Cloud
Wei Chen, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA
Yun Wan, School of Arts & Science, University of Houston – Victoria, USA
Bo Peng, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA
Christopher I Amos, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College, USA
Chapter 14
An SNMP Based Traffic Characterisation Paradigm for Green-Aware Networks
Kiran Voderhobli, Leeds Beckett University, UK
Chapter 15
Cloud-Based Infiltration Detection System for Military Purposes
ChandraMani Sharma, Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad, India
Deepika Sharma, Govindam Business School, India
Harish Kumar, Institute of Technology and Science, India
Section 5
Security
Chapter 16
Secure Deduplication with Encrypted Data for Cloud Storage
Pasquale Puzio, SecludIT, France & EURECOM, France
Refik Molva, EURECOM, France
Melek Önen, EURECOM, France
Sergio Loureiro, SecludIT, France
Chapter 17
Management of Privacy and Security in Cloud Computing: Contractual Controls in Service
Agreements
Deniz Tuncalp, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Chapter 18
Enterprise Security Framework for Enterprise Cloud Data Centres
Muthu Ramachandran, Leeds Beckett University, UK

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