Security concerns are driving cloud adoption
With the WannaCry ransomware attack focusing minds on the importance of security, cloud technology is looking more attractive than ever, writes Alex Meehan
Irish companies are becoming increasingly dependent on the technology they use to do business. But for all the advantages tech brings, it has undoubtedly made life more complicated for the IT professional.
Storage, computing, networking, applications and security — all have to be kept up to date and monitored constantly, taking time and resources away from the core activities of the business. Unless, that is, they’re outsourced to the cloud.
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