You need a solution that your business can grow with, that provides the lowest total cost of ownership, with rapid implementation, scalability, and frequent, easy-to-implement innovation on a trusted platform.
Cloud computing offers the promise of greater agility, resource optimization, and user performance, yet many businesses are understandably leery about jumping onto the cloud bandwagon until they have assurances that hosted resources will be secure.
Is a "cloud broker" what your company needs to navigate the cloud computing opportunity? Here's a guide to cloud brokers and open source cloud management projects tools, with a description of their offerings.
We can now outsource data backups off-site to third-party cloud storage services so as to reduce data management costs. However, we must provide security guarantees for the outsourced data, which is now maintained by third parties.
Editor’s note: In this, the first part of Emma Byrne’s three-part series on data security in the cloud, she examines the two key concerns that prevent some organizations moving forward. In future parts, Emma tells us what to do about the risks.
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