Data in the Cloud is at Risk

KARAN KIRPALANI | October 10, 2013

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Forward-looking CIOs can turn cost-intensive risk management strategies into business value and help enhance the organizations competitive edge. The 'Advent of cloud' means different things for different people across the globe. While cloud is today preferred as a mode of IT Infrastructure deployment to lower CAPEX and build business in volatile environments, at the same time, the perceived risk associated with the act cannot be ignored. For a large Bank or a Telecom player, the concern is even greater as the CIO of the enterprise is sifting through evaluation reports to enable business value while trying to mitigate the perceived risks associated.

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