IT managers still have some mixed feelings about the cloud, according to a recent survey from Lieberman Software Corporation 51 percent of respondents indicated they don’t trust the cloud for any of their personal data while 91 percent believe the move to cloud services has been more convenient for their organization’s in-house IT team.
Even so, 86 percent of surveyed IT managers did not trust the cloud for their organization’s more sensitive data – preferring to keep it on their own network -- while 88 percent said they believe that there is a chance that the data their organization keeps in the cloud could be lost, corrupted or accessed by unauthorized individuals. However, 46 percent of survey respondents still believed that their move to the cloud has increased their organization’s IT security.
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