Cloud computing can be tremendously useful, especially for businesses that thrive on online collaboration (e.g. email web access, web conferencing etc.) and are reluctant to invest a lot of money in IT infrastructure.
However, as there are several providers of online services, it is recommended to pay close attention to their terms and conditions. To gain your trust, we have proactively answered a broad range of (English) the Cloud Security Alliance suggests what every customer should ask of their cloud service provider. security and privacy questions
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What does the inside of Microsoft online services really look like?
This is an exterior view of the Chicago Data Center. Because Microsoft isn't looking to attract attention, there is no identification on the outside of the building.
Containers house most of the servers in a data center.
Inside a container: Each is filled with up to 2,500 servers.
Remember to define your priorities beforehand and then carefully explore the potential of each solution. Tip: If you are worried about wading through numerous pages of terms and conditions, you should try the Office 365 (English). Here you can find answers to all of your most pressing questions. Find out where your data will be stored, who may be granted access; and which steps Microsoft takes to protect your data in the cloud. Trust Center and FAQ
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