Sloppy and insecure IT procedures that had been overlooked before the cloud arrived must evolve with the times to prevent data exposure and system breaches
"One of the biggest changes for administrators in recent years is the cloud. Its presence requires administrators to migrate from their on-premises way of thinking," opines Adam Fowler
"The problem isn't the cloud. After all, there should be less work if someone else looks after the server for you. The arrival of the cloud has brought to light some of the industry's outdated methodologies, which is prompting this IT modernization movement. Practices in many IT shops were not as rigid or regimented before the cloud came along because external access was limited..."
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