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Armor Cloud Security Poll Finds Companies Are Comfortable Putting Sensitive Data in the Cloud

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Armor, a leading cloud security solutions provider, has released the results of its second annual social media poll. The responses will give readers a quick take on how businesses and institutions view their cybersecurity posture, especially as it relates to adopting the cloud.

The annual #ArmorU poll fielded responses from 37,000 Twitter users over a 13-week period. According to the findings captured in the #ArmorU Report, many corporate employees are ready to store highly sensitive data in the cloud. However, many are still skeptical of the security posture of their own organizations. Additional key findings show that reducing the cost of managing security, maintaining compliance, and improving incident response capabilities are important pieces of the security puzzle as digital transformation pushes companies toward cloud adoption.

Cloud Adoption Tops List of 2014 IT Trends in CompuCom Poll of IT Professionals

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CompuCom, a leading technology infrastructure services company, today announced the results of its recent website poll, revealing that 49 percent of IT professionals surveyed identify cloud adoption as the top IT trend for 2014 – and that cost reductions (32 percent) and accessibility to technology with less friction (31 percent) will be the biggest drivers of cloud technology.

The poll collected 683 responses from IT professionals across multiple industries from January 1, 2014 through February 25, 2014. On-demand delivery of IT services via the cloud have been available for several years, but limited understanding about options, costs and benefits have stalled wholesale implementation. Over time, companies have recognized that cloud services provide scalability, high availability and performance that are worth the challenges of implementation. Most industry analysts call for billion-dollar growth in cloud service adoption during 2014...