At time of introduction, cloud was seen by some as outsourcing Mk2, which at times was considered to be synonymous with insecurity, associated with off-perimeter infrastructures, within which companies would potentially store and process some of their most valuable assets. More concerns were also raised relative to the legal challenges, IPR, and other such implied exposures when interfacing commercial assets with none company actors and service providers.
In this webinar we will commence by investigating the evolution of cloud, and move on to identify some of the positives of embarking on a cloud mission, and look at the negatives which may be encountered along this route. We will seek to expand the conversation into the realms of service delivery, contracts, SLA’s, legalities, incident response, escrow, and of course security.
To underpin this session, let us consider the entry strapline:
The selection of a quality cloud provider can bring multiple benefits to the operations of any business. However, the selection of a low quality cloud provider can represent the worst case nightmare scenario. Let us discuss.