The cloud presents business opportunities, but changes the nature of information security

How the players in the Irish market address the brave new world that promises agility and scalability as well as lowered costs

4th December, 2016
The cloud presents business opportunities, but changes the nature of information security
Conor Flynn, of Information Security Assurance Services (ISAS)

Cloud computing has changed the face of business IT, no question; but have the initial objections to moving data to the cloud really been overcome?

When cloud first burst on to the scene, the initial objection was simple enough: “I don’t want to put my data under someone else’s control.” Since then, cloud service providers (CSPs), large and small, public and private, have worked hard to overturn this perception, pointing out — with some justification...

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