Securing the Cloud via Shared Responsibility

JEREMY WEISS | December 20, 2017

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Businesses of all sizes are embracing public Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions to improve efficiencies, drive innovation and increase responsiveness to competitors and the market. In fact, analyst firm Gartner predicts adoption of public IaaS services will grow “38.6% in 2017 and reach $34.6 billion.” Despite the popularity and numerous benefits of public IaaS, there are some rather unique challenges organizations face when moving resources to the cloud.

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