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Security shouldn’t be a barrier to entry in the cloud

Even as we approach 2016, we still see a number of companies shy away from the cloud due to concerns over security. It can be difficult to achieve peace of mind in-house, which is why working with a managed service provider may be the right choice for you.

Let’s take a look back at some of the common questions about cloud security, and what businesses can do to help set themselves up to achieve their goals. In the below blog posts, we address the challenges enterprises face in dealing with cloud security, the steps they can take to overcome those challenges, and why a more targeted approach is the way to go when it comes to the cloud.

After all, there’s no one-sized-fits-all method; you know your business as well as anyone, and if you can align your cloud strategy with your business goals, you’ll reap the rewards.

 

Cloud security can be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be

More targeted approach to cloud security needed

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