Innovation and changeCloud ComputingKeeping data safe in the cloud (Infographic)

Keeping data safe in the cloud (Infographic)

What are the main cloud security threats and the best IT practices to consider when implementing cloud services?

As the business landscape changes, more and more public sector organisations are exploring ways of enabling staff to work away from the office.

Cloud computing allows workers to access company data and applications via the internet, anywhere and anytime. As a result, everyday tasks can be automated and performed on laptops, tablets or even smartphones.

As a result in the UK, 88% of organisations are now using cloud services. With that number predicted to rise, it’s important companies identify ways to keep that data safe.

Handily, the experts at Sage have created a visual guide to staying safe in the cloud, outlining the main cloud security threats, as well as the best IT practices to consider when implementing cloud services. It’s well worth a look through.

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