I was just reading about CentriLogic's new cloud hosting services.
They store your data across data centers in Rochester NY
, Buffalo NY
, Toronto ON
, and Mississauga, ON
With Amazon EC2
and cloudfront distributions
you can deploy your data across United States, European, Hong Kong and Singapore, and Japan edge locations.
Country-specific regulations governing privacy and data protection
vary greatly. Here is a map that outlines the degree of legal strictness across a range of nations
- United Kingdom
- South Korea
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
- Hong Kong
- United States
- Russian Federation
- South Africa
Interested in how Data Protection Regulations affect IT operations, cloud computing and cloud storage you can read Forrester's research on the significance of data protection regulations in the cloud:
Seems like you could make a cloud storage provider that just catered to the regulatory needs of various companies and the types of content they need to store and industries they are part of.