What Do You Mean – My Cloud Data Isn’t Secure
As today’s businesses transition more critical applications to the cloud, there is an implicit perception and expectation that the critical information is more secure in the cloud than it is on private systems.
This shift in data management strategy has implications for IT managed service providers and their end user customers.
The real state of data protection is actually quite different for both environments and depends upon a number of factors, some of which are discussed here.
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