Nov 062009
 
 November 6, 2009  Online

Thomas Claburn reports:

Cloud computing continues evoke privacy concerns, so Microsoft  has published a position paper that attempts to address the questions it’s been hearing.

The paper’s publication coincides with the 31st International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, which is taking place this week in Madrid, Spain.

“We know that cloud computing is getting a lot of attention these days and we’ve heard from customers and external stakeholders that they’d like to hear what we’re thinking about it,” said Brendon Lynch, senior director of privacy strategy for Microsoft’s trustworthy computing group. “Privacy and security are the number one concern of organizations that are thinking about going into the cloud space.”

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