Enterprise cloud compliance

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About Enterprise cloud compliance

This enterprise cloud compliance topic section offers a comprehensive overview of the challenges organization face when putting information, applications and other resources into the cloud. The benefits of cloud computing – scalability, reliability, cost savings – are myriad, but so are the compliance concerns when moving information outside an organization's walls. Learn compliance best practices for cloud, including which information to move and which items to keep in-house. Our news, advice, white papers and case studies focusing on successful enterprise cloud compliance programs will help you get the most out of your cloud strategy and broaden your perspective.