Data security in decentralized cloud systems – system comparison, requirements analysis and organizational levels

Andre Muller , Andre Ludwig , Bogdan Franczyk

Abstract

Cloud computing has been established as a technology for providing needs-orientated and use-dependent IT resources, which now are being used more frequently for business information systems. Particularly in terms of integration of decentralized information systems, cloud systems are providing a stable solution approach. Still, data security is one of the biggest challenges when using cloud systems and a main reason why many companies avoid using cloud services. The question we are facing is how cloud systems for integration of decentralized information systems have to be designed, in terms of technology and organization, so that privacy laws of the cloud user can be guaranteed. This contribution summarizes the results of a system comparison of decentralized cloud systems in social networks, a requirements analysis based on a literature analysis, and a model for organizational levels of cloud systems, derived from the requirements analysis
Author Andre Muller
Andre Muller,,
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, Andre Ludwig
Andre Ludwig,,
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, Bogdan Franczyk (MISaF / IBI / DISD) - [inna]
Bogdan Franczyk,,
- Department of Information Systems Design
- inna
Journal seriesJournal of Cloud Computing, ISSN 2192-113X, (15 pkt)
Issue year2017
Pages6-15
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishdata security, cloud system, decentralized information system, requirements, organization levels
DOIDOI:10.1186/s13677-017-0082-3
URL https://link.springer.com/journal/13677/6/1/page/1
Languageen angielski
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