This was the reference Ira provided. It is about cloud computing. I
did not find a reference to Cloud Imaging or print. This is the one I
red-line as a possible definition for cloud printing.
So I assume the cloud printing definition below this is Brain's
proposal. Interesting that email and transforms are now part of
imaging. So, I guess Cloud Imaging will include everything.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 12:42 PM
To: Brian Smithson
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Subject: Re: [Cloud] NIST cloud def is now an SP draft
Thanks! Seems like we should definitely reference this in our model
Cloud Imaging: Printing, scanning, copying, facsimile, email, and
transformation of documents using a Cloud Computing infrastructure as
defined by NIST Special Publication 800-145 [NISTCLOUD].
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