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Compliance, Security, and Cloud: Understanding your Data Center Options

Compliance, Security, and Cloud: Understanding your Data Center Options

There are so many new cloud options - it can make your head spin. Now, organizations bound by compliance no longer have to sit on the sidelines. Find out new offerings from cloud and data center providers which allow you to deploy your compliance-bound workloads into the cloud!

The proliferation of cloud computing has taken us to a new era when it comes to content and data delivery. More organizations than ever before are leveraging colocation providers and cloud services to enable their business and create a more productive workforce. We’re now able to house rich applications with delivery capabilities spanning regions, devices, various user groups, and many different verticals. Now, as organizations continue to look to cloud for even more services and offerings, some big questions have begun to arise. What happens to all of those cloud workloads that are bound by compliance? What if you require a colocation provider with very specific security metrics?

Fortunately, when it comes to cloud, compliance, and security, there is good news. This interesting whitepaper approaches the cloud compliance and security conversation by looking at the barriers to adoption and how to overcome them!

Here's the reality: There are new kinds of services and offerings now available that are capable of hosting secure, multi-tenant workloads which are compliance-bound. The great part here is your options. Compliance workloads can include:

  • SOC 1 and 2
  • FedRAMP
  • EU Safe Harbor

Download this whitepaper today to learn how providers like QTS break down the barriers when it comes to hosting specialized, compliance-bound workloads in the cloud. These powerful multi-tenant architectures are capable of bringing direct efficiencies to any organization while still creating a cost-effective cloud solution.

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