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Playing IT safe

Recent research in Britain reveals rising concerns around security, privacy and lack of control are hampering the adoption of cloud services. Is there a similar trend emerging in Ireland?

29th July, 2015
Michael Conway, director, Renaissance

Data security consistently features at the top of the business agenda. So it should come as no great surprise to learn from Britain’s Cloud Industry Forum that 70 per cent of those questioned in its recent business survey cited data security as a major concern in adopting cloud-based services. This figure was up from 61 per cent the previous year.

And while British organisations are clearly exercised by the potential threats to the integrity of...

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