Abstract—Cloud computing structures allow businesses to save expenses by subcontracting computer related activities on-demand. However, customers of cloud computing facilities presently have no sources for authenticating privacy and reliability of their confidential data. Cloud servers are skillful of managing large quantities of shapeless data to support recognizing, improving and then making new planned business prospects. Company’s administrators recognize that appropriate and precise information can turn out to be enhanced business performance. These days’ cloud tools are dominant in enlightening the qualitative and quantitative worth of the confidential data presented to executives of the organizations. In this paper, we debate that apprehensions about the privacy and reliability of their data and other electronic material are a main restrictive factor for company’s desire to adapt cloud-computing facilities. The concept of passing over confidential information to a third party is troublesome, this ultimately means that the customers need to be attentive in accepting the threats of data breaks in this novel situation. The methodology of this paper is based on literature analysis. For results, researcher has studied published work on cloud computing security and how these issues leading companies having loss in business. Further, this research presents a thorough study of the cloud computing safety problems and experiments concentrating on the cloud computing categories and the service supply kinds. The research is helpful for those company managers, owners, policy makers and decision makers, which are mostly dependent on the cloud services while taking decisions.
Keywords- IT Auditor; Object Oriented Model; Internal Auditor; Education Institute; Accounts Auditing; UML.
Citation: Bader Methqal AlFawwaz, “Impact of Security Issues in Cloud Computing Towards Businesses”, The World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal (WSCIT). 2017 Volume 7, Issue 1. pp. 1.6.
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