Adoption rates for Cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are rising despite some people’s concern over Cloud security. The fact is, security and protection of confidential business data should be a concern whether it resides on an in-house server or a Cloud environment. Moreover, server locations of companies are not necessarily better protected than the Cloud. In fact, reputable Cloud applications are usually far more safe because they have better means to protect, secure, and back up data than any small-to-medium company ever could in-house with an on-premise solution. The advantage of the Cloud is economies of scale.
Have you ever use Amazon, eBay, or Gmail? Then you’ve used secure Cloud solutions and probably never thought much about it. But today’s large Cloud applications have, and most have security down to a science, if you care to look under the hood.
Take Intacct, for example. As a comprehensive, fully Cloud-based, financial management and project accounting solution, Intacct has built a specific set of operational characteristics that have helped to ensure the highest levels of availability, integrity, and security for its customers for more than 12 years. Consider these guarantees for customer data:
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