IEEE Cloud Computing Magazine: The Premiere Issue

IEEE Cloud Computing magazine cover

May 2014

Cloud computing is a consumer/delivery model in which IT functions are offered as services, billed based on usage, and accessed with an Internet connection anytime from anywhere. Although cloud technologies have been advanced and adopted at an astonishing pace, much work remains. IEEE Cloud Computing seeks to foster the evolution of cloud computing and provide a forum for reporting original research, exchanging experiences, and developing best practices. Read More here

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Articles from IEEE Cloud Computing

Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing

Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing

Significant research and development efforts in both industry and academia aim to improve the cloud's security and privacy. The author discusses related challenges, opportunities, and solutions. Read full article »

Cloud Computing Roundtabl

Cloud Computing Roundtable

IEEE Cloud Computing's EIC Mazin Yousif chats with cloud experts from Cisco, Shell, IBM, and Microsoft about directions in cloud computing through 2020. They discuss a range of issues, from standards and compliance, to security and privacy, to the role of open source. Read full article »


Call for Papers

Special Issue on Secure Cloud Computing Techniques for Big Data
Data explosion is an ever-evolving area of focus in business and research, and cloud based platforms are increasingly utilized as potential hosts for big data. Current work on big data focuses on information processing such as data mining and analysis. However, security and privacy of big data are vital concerns which have received less research focus. The aim of this special issue is to solicit both original research and tutorial articles that discuss the security of big data within the cloud. Submission deadline: 20 July 2014.

For more information, contact the guest editors: Bharat Bhargava, Purdue University, USA, bbshail[at]; Ibrahim Khalil, RMIT University, Australia, ibrahim.khalil[at]; and Zahir Tari, RMIT University, Australia, zahir.tari[at]