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There are many reasons businesses are adopting cloud solutions:
But as businesses transition to more cloud-based solutions, the question of how to maintain security is important. Istonish, an IT solutions provider and Dizzion partner, addressed this issue in a May blog, Rise of the Cloud-First Enterprise.
The piece highlights some key concerns that organizations should pay attention to when deciding on cloud vendors and solutions, such as retaining control over data, ensuring data remains protected and avoids compliance risks, maintaining high performance for end users and being wary of multi-tenancy solutions that could negatively impact both performance and security.
Here’s an excerpt:
By mid-2018, 60% of all enterprise workloads will be running in the cloud. More than a third of enterprises say they are cloud-first, meaning they prioritize the cloud for all workload deployments.
While web/media and application development are primary uses today, enterprises say they plan to more than double their use of the cloud for mission-critical enterprise applications such as data analytics and business productivity applications.
Cloud adoption is expected to continue increasing rapidly, especially among enterprise organizations that may have been slower to make the move when cloud first hit the scene. With large amounts of data to protect, enterprise organizations in particular need to make smart decisions as they become cloud-first organizations.
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