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Cloud Computing: A Survey on its limitations and Potential Solutions


Mohammad Manzurul Islam, Sarwar Morshed and Parijat Goswami

Cloud computing has brought a new paradigm shift in technology industry and becoming increasingly popular day by day. The small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are now adopting cloud computing in much more higher rate than large enterprises. That raises a debate whether this cloud computing technology will penetrate throughout the IT industry or not. The SMEs are adopting cloud computing for the low cost implementation of total IT infrastructure and software system whereas the large enterprises are relying on their own infrastructure for data security, privacy and flexibility to access their own infrastructure. In this paper, we provide a survey about possible limitations of cloud computing that is delaying its penetration. We also identify the ongoing potential solutions that will help the enterprises to adopt cloud computing for their IT infrastructure and software systems.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Enterprise, SME, Limitations, Survey, Potential Solutions

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Mohammad Manzurul Islam
Mohammad Manzurul Islam received his M.Sc. degree in Information Technology with major in Internetworking from University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in 2013. He obtained his B.Sc. degree in Computer Science and Information Technology from Islamic University of Technology in 2005. He started his career as a Lecturer of Computer Science in Stamford University Bangladesh. At the same time, he was the Legal Main Contact, Curriculum Lead and Instructor of Cisco Local Academy. He also served in multinational telecommunication vendor (ZTE Corporation) and operator (Axiata Telecom Bangladesh). Currently he is working as the ICT Specialist of Abacus Services Limited, Bangladesh. His research interests include internetworking, network security and wireless sensor network.

Sarwar Morshed
Sarwar Morshed received his M.Sc. degree in Information Technology with major in Communication Engineering from Tampere University of Technology in 2009. He obtained his B.Sc. degree in Computer Science and Information Technology from Islamic University of Technology in 2005. He is currently Assistant Professor at Islamic University of Technology in Bangladesh. His research interests include wireless communication, internetworking and security in transmission.

Parijat Goswami
Parijat Goswami received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET) in 2008. Currently he is working as the Manager, Central Operations at Robi Axiata Bangladesh Ltd (A multinational telecommunication company). His research interests include internetworking, artificial intelligence, wireless sensor network & telecommunication.


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