Call for Papers - Limitations and Challenges in Implementing Cloud Computing for Data Storage
Cloud computing has transformed corporate computation into an emergent technology and company model. Using web applications, cloud technology solutions make it simple to utilize a company's primary storage and processing facilities. Cloud computing aims to shield customers from the difficulties of managing IT equipment. Unlike specialized infrastructure, those functionalities are offered at comparatively reasonable costs. This study provides a brief overview of online storage. It discusses the primary public or private cloud techniques, a variety of cloud-based kinds, as well as the benefits and difficulties of online storage following the release of the cloud-based metamodel. The cloud computing paradigm has attracted much interest and enthusiasm in the mainstream and among bloggers.
Many people think of cloud services as little more than a commercial term encompassing concepts like parallelization, data centers, virtual servers, and microservices, all of which have previously seen the significant study and practical application. Yet, many big businesses are providing cloud gaming infrastructural services and solutions that don't match these other areas' ideals. Even while it might not take account from a financial standpoint for a cloud technology host firm to compromise the confidentiality of its clients and get unwanted access to their personal information, the thought of this nonetheless unnerves some prospective clients. Software applications are now more affordable, effective, and accessible than ever because of the net's development and the significantly greater computing and storage technology. Such technical development has made it possible to actualize a new computer model called cloud computing. Capabilities are offered as commodities clients can rent and distribute on command via the world wide web.
Organizations are migrating more important business functions to digital services as they get additional familiarity with the internet. As a result, they can see that adopting the internet is much more complicated than they previously thought it would be, especially regarding information management, interconnection, and the strategic planning of many virtual servers. Businesses from all over the world are becoming more and more interested in cloud applications. Still, many are discovering greater prices and more significant barriers to implementation than they had projected. Although cloud storage is the newest trend in digital technologies, several businesses are heading in that direction. In contrast, many companies need help to entertain the possibility of transmitting their important documents off-site.
Based on the preceding, we invite academics to submit original research articles and review papers to the current Special Issue that will address the limitations and difficulties in using cloud computing for data storage.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
- Infrastructural components of virtualization comprise storage space
- Limits and prospects for information management on the internet
- Rewards and difficulties of deploying cloud computing from a corporate standpoint
- The emergence of online storage as a component of the cloud computing environment
- A cloud technology infrastructure with a healthcare information system
- Advantages and difficulties of using cloud storage in the e-learning procedure
- Benefits and drawbacks of the utilization of public cloud in accounting
- Limitations and opportunities of cloud applications for e-government
- An exploration of the connections between edge computing, data storage, and IoT
- Analysis, tendencies, and implications of development in mobile computing
- Storage and computation highly secure retention by providing public verifiability and portability
Tentative timeline for this special issue:
Submission deadline : June 25, 2023
Author notification : August 25, 2023
Revised papers due : October 30, 2023
Final notification : December 5, 2023
Dr. Anwar Ghani, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Dr. Shehzad Ashraf Chaudhry, College of Engineering, Abu Dhabi University, Abu Dhabi, UAE & Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Nisantasi University, Istanbul, Turkey
Dr. Rashid Ahmad, COMSATS University Islamabad, Attock Campus, Pakistan & Big Data Research Center, Jeju National University, Jeju, Republic of Korea