Many in-house employees are worried about data security and compliance requirements when using cloud services, even though many believe it is just as safe as on premise servers. In fact, most organizations have not experienced cloud-related security incidents, according to the Cloud Security Spotlight Report, a survey of 2,200 consultants, specialists, executives, IT and other professionals across a variety of industries.

The survey found that security concerns over cloud adoption were the most pervasive barriers to adoption, with over half (53 percent) of respondents expressing apprehension over the security of their data in the cloud, an increase from 45 percent in 2015.

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