While 95% of tech leaders worldwide say moving their legacy application data to the cloud is a priority, and 80.5% want to do it within the next 12 months, only 35% of tech leaders currently store more than half their legacy data in the cloud.
Some of the major obstacles center on concerns about compliance, fears about security and infrastructure and uncertainty about budget requirements. A recent report from migration software provider Archive360 looks at the obstacles and concerns over cloud migrations of legacy data.
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You may have noticed a slight pause in the breathless coverage of ransomware attacks. This is a bad sign: The fact that news of high-profile breaches and other attacks don’t dominate the headlines—as they did around this time last year when a global pandemic was already wreaking havoc on business practices—doesn’t mean that this odious practice has faded. It might just mean that ransomware is so common that it’s no longer newsworthy.
In this Help Net Security interview, Bill Tolson, VP of Global Compliance and eDiscovery at Archive360, talks about the importance of cloud compliance and what companies can do meet the requirements when shifting to the cloud.
Transparency is the cornerstone of democracy—when government information flows freely, it shines a light on every corner. It’s the best defense against corruption and the strongest weapon for liberty. That’s why the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is so critical. Title 5 U.S.C. § 552 of the United States Code guarantees public access to government information in the interest of providing transparency. FOIA requires agencies to locate, review and provide responsive documents within 20 business days, and many state and local jurisdictions have even more stringent regulations.