Moving ERP workloads to cloud environments appears to have reached the proverbial tipping point. However, well-worn concerns around security and control continue to exercise the minds of IT and business executives.
Once a major headache for organisations, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are now becoming easier to migrate to the cloud, according to a new study from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA).
Digital transformation is increasing the need for enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to allow organizations to manage the entirety of their business in a coordinated manner. Globalization is forcing organizations to consider cloud solutions to prevent disjointed business operation across multiple global locations -- and even smaller companies are simply attracted by the economies and potential security of cloud operations.
New Cloud Security Alliance Study Finds Cybersecurity Incidents and Misconceptions Both Increase as Critical ERP Systems Migrate to Clouds
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining standards, certifications and best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, today released the findings from the first research survey on “Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Applications and Cloud Adoption.”
Even as healthcare organizations contemplate moving more computing functions to the cloud, IT execs question the security of their data.
Security concerns top the list of challenges to cloud migration, according to a Cloud Security Alliance report.
A new report from the Cloud Security Alliance examines how organizations are moving business-critical ERP applications to the cloud and potentially exposing themselves to new risks.
A new CSA report addresses the issue of breach responsibility as more organizations move ERP application data the cloud.
Recent studies on cloud technology and its perceptions in the market reveal concerns over accountability for security in the cloud, poorly communicated cloud strategies, and confusion over what the approach to cloud really means.