Enterprises Are Moving Sensitive Applications to the Cloud

Enterprises Are Moving Sensitive Applications to the Cloud

In the past, enterprises have been slow to move sensitive applications to public cloud computing services, but a report in NetworkWorld says that may be starting to change. The article points to TD Bank as an example. The bank is using a cloud-based e-discovery service to house petabytes worth of data, much of it sensitive.

Gartner says that the global cloud computing market with grow 18.5 percent in 2013 to reach $131 billion. The fastest-growing category is business process-as-a-service, with 28 percent growth.

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