Even though cloud technology has developed a great deal and is now very widely used, there are still a lot of people who, for one reason or another, haven’t adopted cloud-based services. ADM Hosting Managing Partner Klemens Arro helps bust some of the more common cloud myths that even you might still believe.
It’s logical for the cloud service provider market shares to be spread as they are at the moment. Amazon’s big lead on the others is clearly because they were the creators of cloud services as a new business – when Amazon first came out with the cloud-based concept, other future service providers didn’t yet take the field seriously.
On March 23, the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (or CLOUD Act) was adopted in the United States. This is an addendum to the Stored Communications Act from thirty years ago, which now gives U.S. authorities the right to compel service providers registered in the United States to provide requested data even if it is stored on servers that aren’t located on U.S. territory, writes ADM Hosting Managing Partner Klemens Arro.
At the end of October, ADM Hosting announced that they were the first Estonian company to become an Amazon Web Service partner. ITuudised asked what it took to achieve this status, what it means exactly and what are the plans for ADM Hosting from their Managing Partner Klemens Arro.
ADM Hosting became the first Estonian company to be recognized by Amazon Web Service with a consultation partner certificate. This became possible after a thorough training session, attestation and proof of the long-term sustainability of the company.