The Cloud: Are there Security Issues?
Any server stored at your location is probably more physically vulnerable than one protected in a large server farm.
If you had a fire, flood, or other physical damage that included damage to your server, what would be the result? Also, are your backups stored on–site? If a major event damaged your entire physical location, those backups would be also lost.
There is a second reason the cloud may be safer: security. All of your data, no matter where it is located, may be vulnerable to cyber attacks and data breaches. However,
Cloud storage providers offer some of the most sophisticated security protection available.
It is unlikely that a small or even mid-sized firm has the internal resources and research capacity to maintain an equivalent level of security.
So give some thought to the cloud as tool to preserve your data and the integrity of your business (as an added bonus, it likely will be a money saver, too)
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