New report shows finance sector becoming more comfortable with cloud adoption

James Bourne | July 30, 2015

New report shows finance sector becoming more comfortable with cloud adoption
Analysing cloud adoption across industry verticals, the banking and financial industry is as good a yardstick as any to assess progress due to its stringent data security requirements. A new report from CipherCloud shows financial firms have an increased confidence in cloud technologies; 100% of respondents said they put certain personally identifiable information (PII) in the cloud.

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