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What’s old is new again

The issue of cloud-based security is increasingly on many people’s minds

7th February, 2016
Dermot Hayden, country manager, Sophos Ireland

The challenges inherent in keeping remotely accessed and delivered data secure is leading to growth in the trend for outsourced managed security services.

“Keeping fully on top of security is a full-time job, and you have to ask the question of why would a company want to do that if it can offload the hassle to someone else?”said Dermot Hayden, Sophos Ireland country manager. “Now that said, any company running any cloud software still needs...

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