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In meteorology, the most destructive extratropical cyclones evolve with the formation of a bent-back front and cloud head separated from the main polar-front, creating a hook that completely encircles a pocket of warm air with colder air. The most damaging winds occur near the tip of the hook. The cloud hook formation provides a useful analogy for cloud computing, in which the most acute obstacles with outsourced services (i.e., the cloud hook) are security and privacy issues. This paperdoi:10.1109/hicss.2011.103 dblp:conf/hicss/Jansen11a fatcat:untxovsbhzc5rbbcv5wwl6wuc4