Cloud storage is fast becoming the desired solution driving users’ decisions. It seems like the perfect answer to a complicated space issue. However, there are some factors around cloud storage that would behoove anyone considering it to remember. This interesting information came to us from Net Security in their article, “Five misunderstandings about cloud storage.”
First, let’s talk about management and access. If users create their own access, they may use personal information to set up an account. This limits the organization’s access to any of the company data the user has stored.
A second problem involves institutional knowledge and employee terminations. When a user exits the company, a plan is needed for the cloud account and the data. This isn’t much far from the first point, but one often overlooked.
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Melody K. Smith
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