When I was in high school, one was expected to know two or three key numbers: your locker combination, your home phone number, and your home address. Optionally, you should know the phone number and address on any fake IDs in your possession, just in case you were questioned at the Hog’s Breath Saloon – which was highly unlikely. Other than that, life was pretty simple in terms of remembering any numbers, combinations, or passwords.
It is difficult to have an IT conversation with someone without the subject of Cloud Computing coming up at some point. The subject inevitably generates countless impassioned arguments, opinions, and observations from both sides of the debate. Oftentimes, there is some truth in every myth, but I would rank the following statements as the top myths in Cloud Computing.