Monday July 13, 2020

Harder than you think

As public cloud services have matured, one of the characteristics of the early market and hype has changed radically

6th September, 2015
Karl Mulhall, acting managing director and head of operations, Interxion Ireland

In the business market it really does matter where the cloud service runs. Consumers may not care (although perhaps Ashley Madison users now do), but geography is important to all kinds of organisations for two reasons: security and performance.

From a security point of view, it is broadly true that cloud security can equal anything else on the planet. But that in turn depends on circumstances, so human error or malice is a threat that...

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