As the business landscape changes, more and more companies 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. Managing your cash flow with cloud accounting software is one way your workforce could end up being more efficient and productive.
Cloud investment continues to increase by 20% per year as organisations plan to cut IT costs, maximise agility and improve business function support. Keeping critical data and systems secure remains a key concern for organisations considering a move to the cloud.
This guide to staying safe in the cloud offers a walk-through of the biggest threats to cloud security that businesses face today, and outlines how organisations are tackling these and what tools and best practices IT professionals consider when adopting the cloud.Share