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Security in the Cloud
Posted by: Mike Chase 1 year, 9 months ago
Security in the Cloud is All About Your Job!
As a cloud provider hosting desktops, servers and second site backup for global accounting firms, large automobile manufacturers and small law firms/healthcare organizations all around the country, we have heard a lot about security concerns in the cloud. Often times we are dealing with the IT organization within the business and their main concern seems to be security in the cloud. So, we walk them through our enterprise class infrastructure, our technology stack of companies that are global leaders in their respective fields and our extremely robust security practices and policies with multiple layers of security (physical, network and virtual).
For most, this gets them comfortable with the not so intuitive fact that security for your business is more robust in a cloud provider’s hands, as a cloud provider’s mere existence is an offshoot of its security practices and policies (vs. your business which focuses on making widgets or whatever else it does, but security certainly not being the core of business values). For some, this still didn’t do the trick – security was a big concern.
Over time, we realized that there are actually two fears about cloud computing that deal with security – data security and job security. Organizations might get comfortable with data security but their IT side of the house doesn’t feel comfortable with job security. The cloud was supposed to be this evil thing that was going to eliminate jobs for local IT departments, but truth of the matter is that job elimination hasn’t actually happened. IT managers and professionals are working with increasingly restrained resources under impossible deadlines, but that has always been the case.