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Transparency crucial for cloud computing adoption - Data & Server Racks

As cloud computing transparency increases, more firms will take advantage of data centre hosting, it has been suggested.

John Engates, chief technology officer of Rackspace, said some companies are still reluctant to place their data in the hands of a third-party vendor.

This is because they are "a little bit uncertain" around what regulations or legislative rules could apply to them, he noted.

"For us, the way around that has been full transparency, making sure that customers are well aware of what we do with the data, who touches the data, and where the data actually resides," he stated.

Businesses need to know that their confidential information is secure in data cabinets and server racks if it is being stored by a cloud computing provider.

Companies realise that a single data breach can have devastating consequences for their reputation and finances, so businesses need to know that IT security is a priority at all times.

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