Cloud Fundamentals Video Series Comes to an End

The last video provides a recap of some of the highlights

  Cloud Fundamentals comes to an end
After 25 videos in which it detailed various security, reliability and privacy issues related to cloud computing, Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing brings the Cloud Fundamentals series to an end.

After 25 videos in which it detailed various security, reliability and privacy issues related to cloud computing, Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing brings the Cloud Fundamentals series to an end.

The videos covered topics such as the collaboration between industries and collaboration between industries and governments, the importance of physical security implemented at cloud datacenters, and the importance of best practices.

As far as privacy and reliability are concerned, the series has highlighted the fact that organizations which rely on the cloud should be able to make informed decisions when it comes to risks and concerns.

Brendon Lynch, Microsoft’s chief privacy officer reinforced the importance of communications between organizations that rely on the cloud to accomplish their tasks, and the service provider.

Automation is also a key aspect when it comes to maintenance. Devices will fail and employees will always make mistakes, but what’s important is that these errors are immediately identified by reliable systems to ensure that the business workflow and security are affected as little as possible.

“I’d like to thank all of the experts, customers and partners that shared their experience and insights with us, as well as the production team that helped produce the videos and blogs,” Tim Rains, director of Trustworthy Computing and the host of the series, wrote in a blog post.

“Finally, thanks to the many viewers of the series. It’s great to hear that so many people found these videos to be informative and useful.”

In case you’ve missed one of the videos and you’re interested in learning about topics such as business agility, transparency, the element of trust, e-discovery, compliance, privacy and the implications of the new BYOD (bring your own device) trend, you can check them all out here.

In the meantime, here’s the final video which provides a recap of a few of the highlights:


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