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Intel Cloud Builders Reference Architecture: Enhanced Cloud Security with HyTrust & Vmware

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Cloud Computing Security Up Close

Cloud computing offers a number of benefits in terms of efficiency and productivity, but questions surrounding its security have prevents widespread adoption. So how can you ensure the safety of your cloud-based data?

The truth is, there is no absolute data security in the cloud. Still, making practical and strategic decisions is an effective way to secure your data. Access this expert resource to get details on a variety of topics surrounding cloud security including:

  • Protecting sensitive data
  • Maintaining regulatory compliance
  • Keeping track of data location and segregation
  • And more

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