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Running Head: Case Study 6.1: Amazon’s privacy policies and service level agreementCase Study 6.1Chetankumar PadhiyarCBSC 510 Cloud Computing from the Ground Up2/18/2018Professor. Darcel ToliverUniversity of the PotomacPage | 1
Case Study 6.1: Amazon’s privacy policies and service level agreement AbstractTop need of Amazon Web Service (AWS) is to keep up and accomplish client's trust.AWS transport generosity to more than one million dynamic clients, including wanders,instructive foundation, and government organization in more than 190 nations. Their clientscomprise of budgetary specialist co-op, human services supplier, and government associations,who put stock in AWS with some of their most touchy data. AWS know client's think profoundly about protection and information security. That is thereason AWS gives customers ownership and control over their customer content by designthrough clear, however proficient gadgets that licenses customers to make sense of where theircustomers substance will be secured, secure their customer content in movement or still, anddirect access to ASW organizations and resources for their customers.Page | 2
Case Study 6.1: Amazon’s privacy policies and service level agreement IntroductionAt AWS keeping up customers trust is a nonstop duty, AWS try to educate customers with
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