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The cloud service industry is booming. According to the 2018 IDG Cloud Computing Study:
That said, if the idea of the cloud stresses you out, that’s OK. Don’t let this industry trend push you to change the way your business operates. After all, it’s understandable if you have some reservations…
Security is a key reason why many businesses like yours are wary of the cloud. By using cloud services, you offload all your data to an offsite location. Can you really trust this company with the lifeblood of your business?
It’s not a given – according to the RedLock and its Cloud Security Trends report, more than 50% of businesses that use cloud services like Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) have unintentionally exposed at least one of these services to the public.
This growing trend of unsecured cloud configurations is due to businesses neglecting known vulnerabilities in the cloud, or failing to properly assess their cloud environment to discover unseen security risks. RedLock researchers found that:
Protecting the privacy of your clients and the security of their personal information is your business’ number one priority, and while it might not seem like it at first glance, the cloud is more than capable of helping your business to do just that.
That’s why the cloud services you choose have to offer security, often in the form of proven protections such as:
To those who are unfamiliar or uncomfortable with technology, the prospect of changing the fundamental nature of their IT environment from top to bottom is simply too much to ask.
There is any number of concerns related to cloud migration…
Ask for help – if you want to try out the cloud, or even just start on the path towards using it someday, Colorado Computer Support can help you do so.
With assistance from our team, you will be able to harness the strategic advantages offered by cloud services — efficiency, agility, and scalability — without taking on any risks that come with a poorly planned and executed migration.
We will manage cloud infrastructure by standardizing interactions between cloud environments. It also allows greater control over specific services to outsource while achieving interoperable cloud infrastructure management between consumers and service providers.
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