Cloud Security: Attitudes Of The Experts

Personal Trust

More than half of the IT experts participating in the survey say they don't trust the cloud for any of their personal data, including such things that might be considered noncritical such as contact lists, music, photos and Webmail. On-premises solutions were preferred by 51 percent of the respondents. Not only were they careful to keep sensitive information like Social Security numbers out of the cloud, they also wanted to make sure you don't find out about their personal affinity for music by Abba, which they would much rather keep on the down low.

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