How does cloud computing work? How secure is my data in the cloud? Why cloud is the future? If you’re unsure about any of those questions, let us put your cloud concerns behind you. Our survey demonstrated 80% of businesses felt more comfortable about adopting cloud when equipped with the right knowledge after our webinar, compared with 50% at the start of the webinar…
Before 2006, many of us only knew the term ‘Cloud’ as ‘those white fluffy things in the sky.’ In 2018, UK business cloud adoption reached 88%, however many are still weary of the concept, with security as their top concern.
The truth is the resistance to cloud is often a matter of familiarity as we tend to resort to what we know. Luckily the solution is simple. Knowledge is key.
Xperience Group educational webinar helps drive adoption
With customer concerns in mind, we hosted an educational webinar to debunk cloud myths and help businesses determine whether it is right for them.
Following the webinar, 80% of customers felt their business is ready for the cloud. From the fear of loss of control due to the lack of ‘tin’ on premise to security reservations, all their concerns were answered with a thorough overview of cloud computing.
A guide to cloud safety
Our handy infographic below explains the difference between cloud and on premise solutions to help you understand its benefits and face your cloud security concerns…
Can cloud computing improve my business security?
With the lack of clearly defined physical ‘tin’ on-premise, many organisations are weary of sending their data to the cloud. Nonetheless, security is an important factor in cloud deployments and by utilising superior security measures cloud providers put in place, organisations can better manage and protect people, data and their devices. From patch management to vulnerability scanning and backups, cloud can give you confidence your sensitive information is safe, as well as peace of mind that in the event of a disruption you can recover quickly and without significant financial implications.