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The Impact of Data Sovereignty on Cloud Computing offers detailed information describing the implications of data sovereignty law and policy on the adoption of cloud computing-based infrastructures and services in Asia. By describing and analyzing data sovereignty regulations in 14 countries in this study, the Association identifies potential bottlenecks that could slow adoption and threaten Asia’s digital future.
The study serves to identify the gaps between an “ideal state” and the actual realities in Asian countries around policy, legal and commercial cloud drivers to provide a tool for businesses organizations, cloud service providers and policy makers to look at cloud in a more holistic manner.
This report provides substantive detailed analysis for each of the 14 countries, including 4-5 page detailed insights into the regulatory environment for data sovereignty in each country and recommendations for each country to bring attention to the highest priority issues that if addressed will bring the country closer to the “ideal state.”
For more information, visit http://www.asiacloudcomputing.org