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Has Cloud Computing Truly Won Over Security Concerns?

October 14, 2010 No Comments

Even if this week’s VMworld Europe 2010 conference fleshes out further detail on VMware’s new vCloud Director offering, IT shops’ move to the cloud is a long-term strategy, say users and experts. Given persistent concerns about cloud security, standards and interoperability, and a loss of control, cloud computing still has to prove its mettle to uneasy IT shops.

“The reality is that [cloud computing] still has to win over security concerns,” said Scott Newton, ICT systems manager at Jewel & Esk College, as SearchServerVirtualization.com’s sister site, SearchVirtualDataCentre.co.UK., reported last week.

Read more of  Lauren Horwitz’s blog entry

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