Getting cloud right in a confusing and expanding IT landscape

As cloud technologies mature, customer comfort with moving data has increase, but there is still a need to ask questions of any service providers, says Digital Planet’s Joe Brady

27th November, 2016
Joe Brady, chief technology officer at Digital Planet

If we live in the era of big data, then it is no surprise that consumers, not to mention regulators and legislators, are taking an interest in what data is collected, by whom, what for and where it is stored.

For this reason, as well as confidentiality within their own business, anyone looking at the cloud needs to take questions around data seriously.

“People are getting a little more educated, said Joe Brady, chief technology...

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