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Old 05-12-2017, 02:09 PM
treviss treviss is offline
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Default Is cloud hosting safe?

Hey guys I want to upload my website to cloud server so, I want to know that is cloud hosting safe?
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Old 05-13-2017, 05:43 AM
donaldd donaldd is offline
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Yes cloud is safe but Data back up is the ultimate thing that is to be performed at regular intervals. SO you should have any cloud recovery option so that you will not face data loss problem. However, it also depends on the service provider chosen by you that how efficient features do they have to offer for recovery.
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Old 07-18-2017, 12:41 AM
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Clearly, there are myths that cloud computing is inherently less secure than traditional approaches. The paranoia is due largely to the fact that the approach itself feels insecure, with your data stored on servers and systems you don't own or control. However, control does not mean security.
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Old 08-15-2017, 09:34 PM
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I do not see why it would not be, it offers you the same security as any hosting platform.
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Old 08-24-2017, 05:24 AM
Abraham424 Abraham424 is offline
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Fortunately, data security is just as paramount in cloud hosting as it is in any other form of hosting and a quality provider is likely to have all the security and encryption features necessary to keep your data secure and out of the hands of prying hackers.

For effective security to be ensured in a cloud environment, it is required that both the consumer and provider work together to understand and address the security risks involved with cloud hosting. These risks can include:

Loss of Governance

In cloud hosting, the consumer is required to relinquish control of their data to the cloud provider; therefore it is essential that both provider and consumer collaborate to address potential security concerns that may disrupt service to either party.

Handling of Security

Usually, security incidents are handled by the provider – however these incidents have a great impact on the consumer so a predetermined agreement between the two parties is required to ensure ample notification of these issues.

Authorisation & Access

Seeing as cloud data can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection, the provider needs to ensure that only the client and authorised users can gain access to their data, therefore password protection & authentication is a main concern.

Security of Applications

consumers must ensure the security of any applications being developed on the cloud, since an unprotected application presents a gateway for hackers looking to gain access & exploit a cloud system.

Audits, Compliance & Legal Risks

Enterprise risk management is already a well-established practice in many IT industries, with many organisations subject to auditing to ensure their processes meet stringent standards and set out by a governing body. It is the responsibility of the consumer to ensure that their presence on the cloud complies with industry standards and meets the regulatory requirements.

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Old 10-03-2017, 09:03 AM
Nehal121 Nehal121 is offline
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Yes, it is safe, but you can not always depend on them as there may be some issue which is not expected. It is always good to have your own local backup
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Old 01-04-2018, 03:00 AM
manoharparakh manoharparakh is offline
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cloud hosting is seen as somewhat less secure than its dedicated counterpart, giving some businesses reservations about putting their sensitive corporate data in the hands of cloud hosting companies. In fact, according to statistics from Eurostat, 39% of enterprises using cloud services say that the risk of a security breach is the main limiting factor in the use of cloud servers.
A dedicated hosting service or managed hosting service is a type of Internet hosting in which the client leases an entire server instead of sharing.
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