Cloud Computing Risks Responses

Provide (2) 150 words substantive response with a minimum of 1 APA references for RESPONSES 1 AND 2 below. Response provided should further discuss the subject or provide more insight. To further understand the response, below is the discussion post that’s discusses the responses. 100% original work and not plagiarized. Must meet deadline.
RESPONSE 1:
When we talk about traditional architecture, the framework involves purchasing, installing, and maintaining the IT devices on site (Lynch, 2019). Maintaining traditional architecture is easy because of the freedom to decide security requirements needed for the system, to include network controls and cyber threat or attack response. The bottom line is the traditional approach allows the business to have more control over its devices; however, there are downsides to it:
1. Expensive – the cost to install and maintain is high. More data means more machines.
2. More Man-power – traditional IT systems require more in-house personal to maintain the hardware.
On the other hand, the cloud enables businesses to access their infrastructure via a third-party. Additionally, the third party manages the cloud computing needs. The infrastructure-as-a-Service approach allows businesses to move their data to off-site machines. Large cloud companies such as AWS (Amazon), Google, and Microsoft provide cloud services for businesses and they are able to manage comprehensive data security programs via the cloud. It saves businesses A LOT of money not having to pay for hardware for upgrades and hire additional employees to maintain and manage devices.
Now, let’s talk about cloud security and how Amazon’s AWS protect their customer’s data. Threat detection, key management, and encryption is used to ensure that data hosted on the AWS is protected from unauthorized access. Additionally, AWS is continuously being monitored from threats and shady account behaviors. Moreover, AWS provides its customers an internal Identity and Access Management (IAM) internal tool for system administrators to better restrict access of information within their organization. 
-Dexter
RESPONSE 2:
The cloud is a model of computing where servers, networks, storage, development tools, and applications are enabled through the internet. This can help to save money because companies wouldn’t have to make major investments to buy the equipment to host it all themselves. Not only are they saving on the equipment, but companies can also save on having to deal with the space that they would need to store all of their network equipment. The more storage a company needs the more space they need to host that information. Cloud storage also makes it easier to access your information or applications on different devices. You can go from your phone to your laptop to your tablet almost seamlessly. Cloud computing is becoming increasingly more popular with companies.
The flip side of that coin is that you are now putting all your information in someone else’s hands. When doing this you are also relying on their security measures they have in place and their employees to help make sure those security measures are up-to-date and no leaks happen. Anyone looking into cloud computing should definitely do their research into the companies that they would be storing their information with. Check into the security measures that they use, check if they have been attacked by a cyber criminal and the outcome of the attack, check to see what other companies use the service, and how long they have been using the service.
-Rose