Ethics in cloud computing: Implications for India

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Cloud Computing (CC) has drawn the attention in global business level. It is another age of computing systems, progressively creating a promising answer to computing complexity and increasing size of data. Although the evolution has not reached the maturity level but still there is adequate research about this topic. The study is proposed to identify the factors, which influences cloud computing adoption (CCA) in India through ethical context. Research was conducted using methodology of quantitative technique, which was based on study of 149 respondents from different industries in India. A research model was proposed which consisted of 6 hypothesis and then tested through multiple regression methods and factor analysis. The findings of the study shows that reliance on technology, proscriptive pressure and control are significant contributors and functional creep, compliance and educational pressure were insignificant contributors. It classifies probable advantages and probable ethical or moral issues for would be clients, particularly in the field of business.

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Baral, M. M., Verma, A., & Chittipaka, V. (2019). Ethics in cloud computing: Implications for India. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 2449–2453.

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