Cloud Myths – Why Move to the Cloud?
Cloud computing has given rise to a number of Cloud Myths. We separate fact from fiction with our cloud myth breakdown. Moving to the cloud can give your organization increased flexibility, cost-control, rapid scalability, and many more benefits that can enable great success in your organization. However, despite the benefits, not everyone is comfortable backing up to the cloud yet – and there are still many myths floating around about cloud.
The top hesitation most businesses have when it comes to backing up to the cloud is security. Yet, cloud can actually be much more secure than the environments most organizations are capable of building in their own data centers.
Security is one of the biggest drivers of satisfaction the cloud. Cloud providers have made an incredible investment in technology, security and controls that have resulted in strict security for businesses. The top hesitation most businesses have when it comes to backing up to the cloud is security.
There isn’t one cloud environment that’s perfect for everyone – it will vary greatly from business to business. That’s why there are so many options available. To get started, consider the needs of your business carefully and research providers based on your own specific needs and goals.
Many data protection providers have a lift and shift approach. This means that these data protection providers use the same technology for cloud that they use for their on-premises infrastructure and simply move these heavy, rigid architectures to the cloud. While it’s possible to do this, it’s not recommended.
Stay compliant by selecting a data protection provider that can give you granular visibility into your data. Having this level of visibility will allow you make decisions about how that data is protected and stored quickly and easily.
In this eBook, you’ll learn the truth about 5 common cloud myths, so you can make the most confident decisions about backing up to the cloud for your business.
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