Ely, England, 31 May 2011 – The rise of Cloud Computing, with services delivered “in the cloud”, offers businesses incredible power and flexibility. It promises the efficient use of human and financial capital resources, reducing infrastructure and operation costs. It proposes a model of computing that is effective at meeting the demands of business in a rapidly changing environment.
One of the most difficult challenges related to Cloud Computing, revolves around the security and compliance issues associated with it. This is a major concern and will continue to be so, with the ever increasing onslaught of regulations impacting security controls.
Cloud Security and Governance: Who’s on your Cloud?, explains and highlights some of the key security and compliance issues surrounding Cloud adoption, and provides helpful insight into how they can be addressed. It will help readers learn what Cloud Computing is, understand Cloud security and privacy issues, and to be aware of the key compliance challenges.
The areas of security and compliance often represent the biggest inhibitors to adoption of Cloud Computing, and, because the potential impacts of problems in these areas are so profound, it is essential that you carefully identify your requirements in these areas. Cloud Security and Governance: Who’s on your Cloud?, provides helpful insight into how such issues should be addressed.
Alan Calder, CEO of IT Governance comments, “Cloud computing can provide several benefits for an organisation and enables them to meet the requirements of a rapidly changing business environment. However, organisations must address key security and compliance issues related to Cloud adoption in order to realise such benefits. This pocket guide is an essential starting point to help them do just that, and ensure successful Cloud deployment”.
Cloud Security and Governance: Who’s on your Cloud? is available in multiple formats and can be purchased in local currency from the following websites: