Increased cloud storage requires improved service options

By Sonian
In Channel
September 12, 2013

Sonian Marketing / Sonian

There’s a growing trend in enterprise cloud storage that firms are simply acquiring this technology to avoid having to deal with data management themselves. Instead, these organizations select cloud providers who handle information management, compliance and security on their own. This can create significant problems for corporations that take a backseat in their file governance.

According to Data Center Knowledge, it’s easy for companies to pass along their document control to a cloud storage provider. At the same time, eDiscovery and audit issues are shedding light on how inferior these vendor-driven tools can be in terms of compliance and continuity. This drives home the idea that seeking out cloud solutions that allow businesses to retain ownership and oversight of their digital resources is ideal.

PCWorld stated that acquiring a growing volume of cloud-based infrastructure is allowing organizations to better monitor and execute essential data management procedures. The source wrote cloud-to-cloud deployments are helping boot security and governance, creating mirrored outlets for superior control. Such assets promote better security than ever before and give more cloud storage outlets to a multitude of companies. With more public providers entering the scene, government cloud computing could help push private deployments to the next level of business ownership.

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