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  1. #61
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    it is as secure as you make it, just like most things on the internet

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    No doubt that Cloud hosting is the most secure hosting solution due to cluster structure which means that several machine resources are combine together. Infact in WordPress hosting folks generally recommend to use cloud hosting due to performance and security as its an open source CMS. Cheers
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    Key benefits of Cloud Servers

    Flexibility and scalability

    Extra resource can be accessed as and when required. This is particularly valuable to customers who have spikes in required resource at certain times of the year, or those whose resource is difficult to predict

    Cost-effectiveness

    On-going costs can be kept down as, whilst resource is available when needed, clients only pay for what they are using at a particular time. When this resource is no longer required, it can be reduced immediately

    Reliability

    Cloud servers are vastly more reliable than traditional servers. Due to the number of available servers, if there are problems with some, the resource will be shifted so that clients are unaffected

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    Yes, Cloud hosting is known to be one of the most secured web hosting solution for any business. And today for this reason many Organizations migrating to a new IT environment because in cloud solution it always gives serious consideration to the security of that environment.

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    The security of cloud is the question which has been raised when the concept of cloud computing was first introduced. You first need to understand the fact that security protocols being used in cloud services are very strict in virtual networks. Cloud hosting companies have made their systems more transparent and controlled by highly secure software. In cloud hosting, data is managed by companies with the same accessibility ease as you will found in onsite storage.

    You can move your website without being afraid of any vulnerabilities by using managed hosting services like cloudways. They use the best ways or tools to make the clients websites safe and secure. Attacking IPS are blacklisted there. Also we have firewalls for protection. Also cloud hosting services include free automatic backup policy, SSTP and SSH access for remote access. Moving to cloud will kill all your worries of hardware and software.

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    Cloud hosting has an extra layer of security apart from server level security features. We recently did QuickBooks cloud migration and it was a hassle free job.
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    Yes, Cloud hosting is known to be one of the most secured web hosting solution for any business. And today for this reason many Organizations migrating to a new IT environment because in cloud solution it always gives serious consideration to the security of that environment. https://easy.gr/el/
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    The biggest concern keeping many business owners on the sidelines of the cloud revolution centers around security. Essentially, security on the cloud is no more or less safe than with on-premise systems. Actually, the IT structure of cloud hosting holds tremendous potential for organizations to improve their overall information security.

    A Gartner’s CIO Agenda survey from 2011 found that just 3% of CIO’s surveyed said that the majority of their IT operations are on the cloud. 43% said that within 4 years they expect the majority of their IT to be running on the cloud using either Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) or Software-as-a-Service (Saas) technologies. Several concerns are keeping CIO’s at arms length from cloud hosting, but the industry is aware and is addressing them.

    Lack of Control

    For most businesses, control of information is everything. To the uninformed, cloud hosting of sensitive, proprietary information on an outsourced, multi-user platform, seems like a complete loss of control. There are several secure cloud providers who understand these concerns and have built their entire business around providing facilities, services and policies giving complete transparency and control over data and information systems.

    In fact, most cloud providers provide a level of security that would be hard to match for many on-premise or private cloud systems. Due to the cost, providing services to other “tenants” allows for economies of scale when it comes to security. In fact, this leverage allows for even greater control of critical information systems and sensitive data than if hosted internally.

    Other Areas of Concern

    Many CIO’s also have concerns around multi-tenant cloud hosting. The idea that virtual machines and data for multiple tenants resides on the same physical server raises a “red flag” for many potential cloud adopters. The technology available from most cloud host providers allows for enhanced security for each virtual network, regardless of the physical server allocation.

    Virtual machines live in a virtual network controlled by an operating system known as a hypervisor. This hypervisor allows for VM isolation and separates your virtual network from others hosted on the same machine. This means that no one else can view your data. This also is true for network security. Hypervisors allow for the installation of individual firewalls, much like an on premise system.

    Another key concern is disk wiping and data remaining on the system after closing a cloud hosting account. This same VM technology allows the host to wipe data as on a dedicated system. Because the virtual machine is in essence, a stand-alone system, using a DoD approved disc-wiping utility ensures complete deletion and enhanced security.

    As the cloud continues to mature, security is a primary concern and is being addressed by cloud hosting providers. For many businesses, the overall cost of an on-premise server system is no longer cost effective. As business continue to try to find ways to cut costs and maintain security and control over crucial IT functions, it may be time to take a closer look at moving your business to the cloud!

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    Yes, most time it is. If you are care your date, you can choose dedicate server.

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    Its very Secure. You can also consult with top providers of Cloud Hosting regarding cloud security like Amazon, CloudWays and RackSpace.

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