ISACA Guiding Principles for Cloud Computing Adoption and Use
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・2012.02.23 Six principles for effective cloud computing
The enablement principle: Plan for cloud computing as a strategic enabler, rather than as an outsourcing arrangement or technical platform.
The cost/benefit principle: Evaluate the benefits of cloud acquisition based on a full understanding of the costs of cloud compared with the costs of other technology platform business solutions.
The enterprise risk principle: Take an enterprise risk management (ERM) perspective to manage the adoption and use of cloud.
The capability principle: Integrate the full extent of capabilities that cloud providers offer with internal resources to provide a comprehensive technical support and delivery solution.
The accountability principle: Manage accountabilities by clearly defining internal and provider responsibilities.
The trust principle: Make trust an essential part of cloud solutions, building trust into all business processes that depend on cloud computing.