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Today we continue our series on common myths on Cloud Computing and how they can impact your company’s cloud strategy.

Myth #2 – Cloud Computing necessitates a compromise in security and reliability
Networks long ago ceased to be physically isolated structures. Interconnectivity with other companies and to the Internet guaranteed that even private networks became connected with public infrastructure. The resulting need for the measures required to maintain packet security including firewalls, encryption, Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) remain consistent within leading Cloud vendors.

Wading through the hype surrounding cloud computing and cloud professional services can be daunting. The challenge is to decide if cloud computing is right for your company and if so, which applications are the best fit for “the cloud.”

One place to begin is by evaluating some common myths about cloud computing. In this series, we will explore five different myths about cloud computing and how they may be negatively impacting your company’s cloud strategy. The complete paper is available for download on Armada’s website.
At The Armada Group, we help clients understand transformative technology issues like cloud computing and virtualization. We collaborate with clients to develop and implement business and technology strategy that takes advantage of the latest methods for delivering services to internal and external customers.