Most data is more secure in the cloud, says Blenheim Chalcot CTO Ridley

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 Stuart Sumner and Mark Ridley
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Stuart Sumner and Mark Ridley

Cloud computing even protects data against intrusions by the cloud provider, making data more secure against all attackers

The list of concerns over adopting public cloud services has changed very little over the last five years. In every survey that Computing has conducted over that period security has come top, follo...

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