Organizations are moving to the Cloud. As a result, administrative costs and the burdens of on-premise collaboration management are significantly reduced. Along with the benefits that Cloud implementations bring, however, come concerns about the following: data security, coherence, outage, availability and geo-location. Using a data model in migrating data from on-premise applications to the Cloud throughout DaaS should be the common way to minimize database development, implementation and maintenance resources, allowing companies to focus on their core business.  In this paper, we propose guidelines that affect all aspects of Cloud DaaS services: security, performance, connections, and the security life cycle to govern what is really important in migrating to on-demand hosted applications, and managing this data in the Cloud.