Most companies have decided they need the business agility and want the cost savings that come when moving to the cloud. But with the bewildering amount of contradictory information floating around on the Internet, not many really understand exactly what that means or what it entails. Companies considering migrating face inconsistencies, making it difficult to separate fact from fiction. When considering moving to the cloud to power your organization, you need to know the facts. Your business depends on it. Ready to learn which business cloud myths you may have thought were true—but aren’t? Read on.
Myth 2: Keeping data on-premises is safer than in the cloud.
It’s becoming increasingly clear that your on-premises systems aren’t inherently more secure than they’d be in the cloud, says Mark Anderson, founder of the INVNT/IP Global Consortium, a group of governments and security experts solving the growing cybertheft problem. Many companies are routinely hacked and don’t know it, says Anderson, a tech visionary and founder of Strategic News Service. Security has grown into a full-time job, one requiring a team of experts, and the few experts available require hefty salaries. We work with the best and brightest when it comes to thwarting security breaches, preventing, detecting, and mitigating breaches that many companies don’t have the resources to ensure. We know and keep up to date with the latest regulations and rules, such as HIPAA, SOX and PCI, just to name a few.