Winter 2015
Winter 2015

You cannot throw a stick in any direction without hitting a cloud-based application or service. The many offerings from so many vendors blur lines differentiating vendors, and ultimately, responsibilities.

Consumers appear to be the most trusting, and from recent experiences, embrace cloud providers willingly and without much investigation. Sadly, consumers have as much to lose as any corporation, yet due to the ubiquitous nature of consumer clouds, they continually fail to take responsibility for their own protection.

While that statement sounds like a condemnation of the consumer, it really shows how immature the entry-level cloud…

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