Why Stallman is wrong when he calls cloud computing stupid

Ryan Paul of Ars Technica writes: "Cloud computing is one of the most significant emerging trends in the technology industry. Users are becoming increasingly reliant on web applications and remote data storage solutions. The popularity of cloud computing is climbing in both enterprise and consumer markets, and the trend is widely regarded as a game-changing advancement in software deployment and consumption. In light of the growing importance of cloud computing, Stallman's call for its rejection warrants both scrutiny and skepticism."

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DJ3672d ago

Cloud computing will pretty much be standard in the next decade. It's literally the only way to effectively combat software piracy on a global scale, so long as it's coupled with Net Passports and the new TCP/IP revision.

andron3672d ago

Just think how easy it would make it for hackers and scammers.

Maybe I am just being paranoid, but we'll have to wait and see...

Aft3rKill3672d ago

ADAVANCE interface calls for ADVANCED SECURITY if my stuff is gonna be up in the air then i want to have like a 1024 bit encryption.

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