Roy Feintuch

Four Cloud Security Mega Trends

By Roy Feintuch | January 19, 2017

Cloud Security Trends Last year was a big year for the cloud. Cloud adoption continued to grow at a rapid clip, even as executives from companies such as McDonald’s and ENEL talked about how their organizations are embracing a cloud-first

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