Perceptions and Realities of Cloud Security

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Click through for results from a survey conducted by Courion on cloud computing security.

There is a lot of legitimate concern over the security of cloud computing, and a new survey from Courion suggests that access policies across both on-premise and cloud computing environments could use a little work.

The global survey of 384 business managers finds that most think they probably have an issue with security in software-as-a-service (Saas) applications in the cloud, and the vast majority think it will require a collaborative effort to truly make cloud computing secure.

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