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100% Cloud by 2016: How ScaleVP Secured its Move to the Cloud.

Scale Venture Partners committed to move 100% of its IT infrastructure to the cloud and Zach Boewer, VP of Information Technology lead the charge. While the cost, performance and flexibility benefits of moving to the cloud are undisputed, security fears still linger.

Zach believes recent advancements in Security-as-a-Service has made it possible to provide better security in the cloud than is possible in the typical corporate datacenter. The Cloud can actually be safer.

In this video, Zach will describe the tools and processes he is using to ensure end-to-end data security, detailing the strengths (and limitations) of security in the most popular SaaS/IaaS applications. He will cover the tools he has deployed to manage policy across all his cloud deployments and the lessons he has learned in selecting them.
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    Zach believes recent advancements in Security-as-a-Service has made it possible to provide better security in the cloud than is possible in the typical corporate datacenter. The Cloud can actually be safer.

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