We should replace the word 'cloud' with 'somebody else's computer', says security expert

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When thinking about security we need to remember the physical reality of cloud computing, Graham Cluley tells Computing

Replacing all instances of the word "cloud" with "somebody else's computer" might make organisations stop and think about the security implications of cloud computing. That's according to comput...

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