Cloud Computing: The Ethics of Big Data

Grazed from Tech.Co.  Author: Alex Espenson.

 Big data generally refers to information that is either unstructured or multi-structured. Unstructured is information that is not easily interpreted or organized and it has to be micro-analyzed in order to turn that data into value for businesses and government. It can refer to content heavy websites and databases as well as metadata.
 
Multi-structured data can be derived from individual interactions between people across a diverse range of websites and handles such as social media, chats, comments on websites, direct human interaction with the internet and smart city data statistics. The multi-structured avenues continue to expand and evolve as internet technologies emerge and adapt keeping up with the current and foreseeable economy...
 
Benefits of Cloud Computing and Importance of Security
 
Cloud computing lets you use applications and files from a network of remote servers that are hosted on the internet. It lets you store, process, and manage your data and files rather than using a personal computer or local server. Many businesses jump ship to migrate from costly business infrastructures to a more cost-efficient handle such as cloud computing...

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