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how do you think the forensic analysis approach might change considering the advent and increasing popularity of online, cloud-computing services
Asked Apr 14, 2013
Before you can fully understand how the forensic analysis approach would have to change with the commercial availability of cloud computing services, you must first understand exactly what those terms refer to. Cloud computing is a combination of hardware and software based solutions that are designed to allow users to store information on the Internet. Users would then be able to access that information, both private business data and personal information depending on the situation, from any computer on the Internet. Forensic analysis refers to the techniques that are used to gain information about some type of crime or civil violation.

Because cloud computing is still considered by experts to be a relatively new concept, the exact ways in which it affects the procedures involved with forensic analysis are still evolving. In years past, forensic analysis would commonly involve seizing physical hard disk drives and other storage mediums from individuals who have been involved in a violation of civil or criminal law. The information on those drives could then be used as evidence in any criminal proceedings.

Cloud based solutions allow users to store information offsite in a secondary location. Because of that, a warrant for a private residence that may have previously given authorities access to information contained on hard drives would not necessarily give them the same access to information stored in the cloud. While the information would in theory be easier to obtain as authorities could get it from any computer with the Internet, subpoenas would have to go out and warrants would have to be issued to the cloud based storage provider. Cloud based solutions also offer increased levels of security over physical hard drives, which could potentially impede the ability of forensic analysis specialists to do their jobs effectively.

Answered May 30, 2013
Edited May 30, 2013
Yes, I do accede with Matthew. So many good points are discussed by him indeed. Cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the internet instead of your computer's hard drive. For more information about cloud computing you can visit
Answered Feb 28, 2014
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Answered Apr 23, 2014
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Answered Feb 25, 2016
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Answered Nov 12, 2016
The success story of cloud computing as a technology is credited to the long-term efforts of computing research community across the globe. Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) are the three major cloud product sectors. Each one of these product sectors has their effects and reaches to various industries. If forecasts are to be believed, then more than two-thirds of all the enterprises across the globe will be entirely run in a cloud by 2026.
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A few years ago experts predicted that cloud computing will completely replace in-home storage systems by 2020. Today statistics confirm that almost 97% of large enterprises, but also medium and small businesses have already embraced the advantages that cloud computing offers to a customer. Now, after the executives adopted the technology, they are exploring the ways to use it, in order to strategize their business goals. But cloud computing has many options to offer different users. More about it here: https://computools.com/business-applications-of-cloud-computing/
Answered Mar 11, 2019

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