The Cloud Computing Fear Factor

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Click through for results from an IBM global IT risk study.

There’s not much trust amongst the IT rank and file when it comes to cloud computing, or any other emerging technology, for that matter. A new study from IBM finds that there’s naturally a lot of hesitancy toward security and cloud computing. Ironically, however, thanks in part to the rise of cloud computing, IT executives see themselves playing a very different role in their organizations three years from now.

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