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Expert urges companies to adopt cloud computing

Expert urges companies to adopt cloud computing London recruitment agencies considering the possibility of implementing cloud computing strategies into their business will benefit from doing so.

That is the opinion of Joe Drumgole - founder of FeedHenry, a business application firm - who has insisted the pros of this professional practice are simply too great to ignore in the modern-day environment.

Mr Drumgole explained that "the benefits, by and large, wildly outweigh the possible risk for most businesses", as any potential worries and security risks associated with the cloud are now "mostly redundant".

Although large and multinational corporations will need to take "certain precautions" in terms of safety, "95 per cent of today's businesses" will be able to use the cloud to increase their productivity while also reducing expenditure.

Research published last week (September 6th) by KPMG showed that 69 per cent of all companies feel cloud usage poses the greatest risk to their vital data security.

Posted by James Strang
Sept 19, 2013 by Nick Chief Executive Charity

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