Mobile Cloud Computing Protection Deliberation


  • Rakesh Patra


Mobile, Cloud Computing, application, network, privacy, authentication.


A unique paradigm known as mobile cloud computing (MCC) has emerged as a result of the combination of the capabilities of mobile devices with cloud computing. Because of this, users may access and use cloud services on their mobile devices in a simple and convenient manner. Due to the fact that sensitive data is sent to and stored on remote cloud servers, the use of MCC also poses a variety of concerns about users' privacy and safety. This research study's objective is to investigate the challenges associated with securing mobile cloud computing and to provide some potential solutions to these challenges. The article underlines the relevance of securing the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of mobile cloud services as a means of maintaining user trust and protecting sensitive information. This is done with the goal of protecting sensitive information and preserving user confidence.




How to Cite

Rakesh Patra. (2023). Mobile Cloud Computing Protection Deliberation. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 4890–4899. Retrieved from