Cloud Storage: Is It Time for Your Company to Get on the Cloud?

Cloud computing has become a widely adopted practice with the majority of small and medium-sized businesses now storing their data in cloud platforms such as Microsoft Azure and AWS. Offsite data storage systems come in the form of trusted cloud providers and are consistently utilized to house company records and sensitive information. These providers offer a multitude of advantages to onsite data storage, including improved data security and higher levels of efficiency. So, if your company is still primarily storing its data onsite, it may be time to look at what cloud storage has to offer.

Here's How You Can Find Out if Cloud Storage is a Good Fit For Your Company:

American Express looks to iCorps VP of Technology Jeffery Lauria for answers.

Read the full article HERE: Cloud Storage: Is It Time for Your Company to Get on the Cloud?

A fundamental component of successful cloud computing is the security of your IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS solutions. Depending on your industry, your company will have to meet specific regulatory frameworks within the cloud. In order to best meet these requirements, we recommend these cloud security services:

  • Managed Security

  • Managed Email Security

  • Multi-factor Authentication

  • Cloud Access Security Broker

  • End Point Detection and Response

  • Security Operations Center as a Service (SOCaaS)

Whether your company started on-premise, was born in the cloud, or is looking to hybridize, our cloud experts can help. For more information about implementing any of these solutions for your business, reach out to iCorps for a free IT consultation.

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