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Published on Mar 7, 2012
If we don't watch out, governments will chop the global cloud market into little pieces.
By its very nature, cloud computing should be a global market. But if we don't watch out, governments could chop it into little pieces by adopting competing laws and regulations that would prevent data from flowing across international borders. In a keynote address to the Cloud Connect conference in Santa Clara this week, BSA President and CEO Robert Holleyman described the challenge we face and proposed a way forward.