When migrating security to the cloud, IT managers must measure the complete total cost of ownership, which includes tangible and intangible costs.
Many organizations are choosing to adopt cloud and hybrid cloud architectures to integrate with infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solutions.
Companies are getting savvier about IT spending. Despite rosy forecasts, a recent article from The Wall Street Journal noted that cloud adoption rates are actually trending down. What’s happening? It’s not an abandonment of the cloud,...
Enterprise IT organizations must establish a clearly defined cloud strategy to navigate the many challenges related to cloud security.
The financial industry’s increasing dependence on advanced technologies has two major implications. First, the financial companies that adopt these technologies are able to leverage new and improved services, solve legacy issues and introduce...
Cloud adoption can help optimize costs, but it also imposes constraints due to local and global regulations, and introduces security concerns.
Public cloud services have become more secure than on-premises options. Still, many IT professionals are hesitant to move their data off-site.
Global cloud adoption has increased over the years and continues to grow at a rapid pace, especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
A small or midsize business (SMB) can benefit from adopting the cloud because of its increased security level and lower costs.
Because the cloud is a new destination for enterprises, cloud security is an important aspect for organizations to consider before adoption.