A preposition makes all the difference in/of/for/from the cloud

With all the important decisions IT departments make, what’s the big deal whether cloud security means from the cloud, in the cloud, of the cloud or for the cloud. Well, a lot. Amongst the various media, blogs, conferences and the like, the concept of cloud security is getting a significant amount of airplay. However, the difference in the application of a simple preposition completely alters the scope and meaning of these conversations to that of a problem or a solution.

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Are the costs of cloud security to good to be true?

The costs of holistic security are very different from company to company when considering direct costs, soft costs, hidden requirements, scope of services, and migration issues. Yet when comparing cloud apples to cloud apples we can show you how to do more with less. What makes cloud security compelling is how the costs break down in terms of hard and soft cost savings.

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The Independence of Cloud Security

I was watching fireworks over the Pacific Ocean last night (one of the benefits of living near the California coast). The Navy Band was trumpeting patriotic music and thoughts of freedom and liberty swirled in my head.  That’s when it occurred to me. Cloud computing is independence for many companies: freedom from costly infrastructure; liberty of enhanced mobility and storage; emancipation from ongoing updates and maintenance; the autonomy to scale and automate; the sovereignty to grow businesses based on need and innovation rather than anchored simply by budget and bandwidth.

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