Whether you choose public/private/hybrid cloud tech, SingleHop suggests asking these 10 questions before making a final decision on a cloud provider.
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With the global cloud computing and hosting market estimated to be worth in excess of 94 billion dollars by 2017, the move to the cloud is no longer a far off notion for most businesses.
It’s happening now. Both enterprise-level and small businesses are increasingly integrating cloud technology into their companies.
Whether you are considering using public/private/hybrid cloud tech for your business, security needs to be your top priority. If you are interviewing a number of cloud service providers before signing a contract, potential candidates should be able to skillfully answer a series of cloud security questions.
Hosted private cloud and managed hosting provider SingleHop suggests asking the following questions before making a final decision on a cloud provider for your company. With the global cloud computing and hosting market estimated to be worth in excess of 94 billion dollars by 2017, the move to the cloud is no longer a far-off notion for most businesses.
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