28 Sep '14, 2pm

How peer-to-peer #cloud computing could disrupt #digital economies via @IEEESpectrum

If all the equipment is owned by a single organization, building a P2P cloud with it should be straightforward, even if the bits and pieces are located in different people’s homes, as might be the case with broadband modems or routers operated by an Internet service provider or set-top boxes operated by a cable-television company. The computing devices will be all pretty similar, if not identical, making it easier to configure them into a single computing environment. And because the equipment’s one owner presumably installs the P2P-cloud software, you can be reasonably confident that the data and computations will be handled properly and according to the organization’s security policies.

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