New book discusses growth of personal cloud technology

Posted: Tuesday, 24 November 2015

TROY - A book by Troy University's chief technology officer is set to release in December by publisher Thomson Reuters.

"Rise of the Personal Cloud" is the seventh book written by Dr. Greg Price, of Troy, and discusses the rapid growth and adoption of personal cloud technologies and the security implications such use presents in the corporate environment.

"The book looks at the pros and cons of cloud-based solutions and their role within the ever-evolving data center," he said. "It also examines strategic options for transitioning the business culture to embrace cloud solutions and processes, and includes essential take-aways for information technology managers."

Price's other works include: "Consolidation in the Data Center," "Fibre Channel Fundamentals," "Aligning Technology with Business Objectives," "AIX Journaled File Systems Administration," "Thieves of Innocence," and "Addressing the Big Data Issue."

As the University's chief technology officer, Price has led a team nationally recognized for its innovations in information security, and regularly provides consultative services to a wide array of law enforcement and national security agencies.

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Troy University Chief Technology Officer Dr. Greg Price’s newest book, “Rise of the Personal Cloud,” is scheduled to be released by publisher Thomson Reuters in December. (TROY photo/Chip Dillard)