How the Accounting Profession Is Boosting Cloud Security
According to Gartner, Inc., the worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 16.5 percent in 2016 to total $204 billion, up from $175 billion in 2015. This continued surge in cloud computing has more and more businesses interested in outsourcing to cloud service organizations. But with many well-publicized data breaches and privacy concerns among potential customers, the demand for adherence to standards regarding cloud security may be growing just as fast as the cloud itself.
When businesses enter into outsourcing agreements with cloud service providers, they are looking to offer their customers access to applications, storage and other cloud-related functions in a convenient and cost-effective way. To do so, they must submit confidential customer information to the cloud service provider for either processing or storage.
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