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Day: January 1, 2020

Storing Data on the Cloud

To Switch or Not to Switch: Storing Data on the Cloud

Are you afraid of storing data on the cloud? You’re not alone! Many fear that their data may not be secure in the cloud. Continue reading to demolish the myths about cloud security and show you that with the appropriate safeguards your data really can be secure! It’s likely that you already use the cloud to store and access data over the internet instead of your computer’s hard drive. Some of the most common include Dropbox, Google Drive, and Amazon Web Services. Even if you use it at home, using the cloud for your business data may give rise to a variety of security concerns. Research indicates that revenue from cloud computing is expected to hit $411 billion this year. Therefore, it’s no wonder that more and more companies are switching either totally or partially to the cloud, where speed and flexibility enable them to maintain a strong competitive edge. We believe that informed individuals make better decisions, so we provide our customers with reliable information about cloud security. We generally advise them to shift to cloud services only after considering the complete range of options. Given the rapid pace of change in cybersecurity, we offer our clients support to

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