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Reducing risk when moving data to the cloud requires focus on three main areas (storage, databases and applications), as well as planning, processes and toolsets. This piece explains the main steps to take when migrating data to the cloud and offers tips
for ensuring the process is secure and efficient.
When planning and executing a migration of data to the cloud, organizations must consider everything from data integrity, business impact, cost and user experience/impact to potential downtime, data assessment and data quality. However, three common types of data migrations
should take precedence:
Migrating sensitive and critical data can be a delicate task. It’s important to make sure your cloud data migration is planned carefully. Organizations should:
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When migrating data to the cloud, it’s also important to consider:
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October 19, 2021
By IANS Faculty
Continuous compliance requires continuous monitoring and validation of controls in the environment, as well as integration with governance, risk management and compliance tools and platforms. Understand the processes, tools, stakeholders and focus required for a best practice continuous compliance program.
October 14, 2021
Learn how the DDoS threat is evolving and get a step-by-step playbook to ensure your organization is protected against DDoS attacks and has a response plan in place.
October 12, 2021
Uncertain how to secure your M365 environment? Our Faculty identify and explain the five primary areas of M365 that will provide the best security return-on-investment with the least user experience impacts.