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PRISM could ruin businesses that rely on the cloud

Christopher Null | Aug. 15, 2013
Foreign customers are in panic over U.S. spying, and that's bad for business.

But those figures don't really include damage to third parties — perhaps including your company —that use cloud computing services in the course of business. Will potential customers think twice before engaging with you if you rely on cloud tools? Even if you don't use cloud computing heavily, you can be sure you're going to face a whole lot of questions about where your customer data is stored, and perhaps be asked to provide guarantees about what happens if it ends up in the wrong hands.


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