Cloud computing might be the hottest tech trend (and certainly the most hyped), but experts are split over whether IT chiefs should be worrying about the security risks behind it.
Speaking at the RSA Conference, Whitfield Diffie, chief security officer at Sun, was enthusiastic about cloud technology, predicting that at some point cloud computing will mean that "no real [programming] will ever be done anymore on the computers of the company that’s doing it".
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