One of the major barriers to businesses’ use of the cloud is making sure their cloud providers comply with local laws and standards. Varying provincial regulations mean that data storage, access, and accessibility may vary by location for the same kind of data. Data sovereignty is the concept that digital information (e.g., data) is subject to the laws of the country where it’s located. So how do Canadian laws affect data sovereignty in the cloud?
Cloud computing continues to be a hot topic in the business world, with companies committed to investing in platform as a service (PaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and private cloud solutions in the new year. As we enter 2018, what is need-to-know information for cloud trends?
As we say goodbye to 2017, Server Cloud Canada would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
SCC looks forward to working with our current partners and customers, as well as welcoming new growth and continued commitment to everyone.
The cloud has wrought immense changes in education, transforming the teaching and learning process in many exciting ways. At all levels of education, cloud computing is gaining widespread adoption due to its ease of use, scalability, stability, and safety. If your educational institution hasn’t adopted the cloud, learn four key ways doing so can make a difference for your school.
Many Canadian companies want to transition to the cloud for business data hosting, yet worry about data access and privacy. Both public and private sector organizations must follow government laws affecting the storage and use of personal information. Provincial governments also have privacy laws to protect customer data, particularly in health care. Storing data outside of Canada brings additional challenges, namely a new set of rules and regulations. Find out what affects data leaving the country, and how this impacts your organization.