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Title: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: Kanwarpreetkaur on February 10, 2019, 10:40:14 PM
Cloud hosting has mature exponentially and is providing dozens of services to the purchasers. Storing the information on cloud servers has become easier than ever. advantages like seamless automatic backup and managing files has attracted several users towards cloud hosting services. Like several alternative technologies, cloud hosting conjointly has privacy and security controls. It stores great amount of knowledge, therefore security remains utmost concern. Being an outsized info, it's been attacked by hackers, thanks to that cloud hosting has attracted loads of scrutiny. to make sure safety on cloud, bear in mind few things:

1. encoding method: For any cloud system, the foremost defense is encoding. This technique utilizes complicated algorithms to hide the data effectively. As cryptography needs heap of pc process, it relatively keeps the data safe.

2. secret protection: A typical secret with great, lowercase, capital letters and numeric worth reduces the chance of hacking.

3. Keep multiple copies of data: Cloud ought to ne'er be used as a sole location. Cloud's longevity could be a biggest concern and outdoors management of the user. Also, keeping native copies of knowledge helps in temporary cloud outages and you'll ne'er be at the mercy of cloud’s up-time.

Cloud Hosting ( could be a tool, that performs heap of functions, and it's its own dangers. So, it's continuously higher to be prepared for the risks concerned in it.
Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: Brijesh J on April 03, 2019, 04:00:37 AM
The biggest concern for keeping many business owners on the sidelines of the cloud revolution centers around security. Essentially, security on the cloud is no more or less safe than with on-premise systems. Actually, the IT structure of cloud hosting holds tremendous potential for organizations to improve their overall information security.

A Gartner’s CIO Agenda survey from 2011 found that just 3% of CIO’s surveyed said that the majority of their IT operations are on the cloud. 43% said that within 4 years they expect the majority of their IT to be running on the cloud using either Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) or Software-as-a-Service (Saas) technologies. Several concerns are keeping CIO’s at arm's length from cloud hosting, but the industry is aware and is addressing them.

Lack of Control

For most businesses, control of information is everything. To the uninformed, cloud hosting of sensitive, proprietary information on an outsourced, multi-user platform, seems like a complete loss of control. There are several secure cloud providers who understand these concerns and have built their entire business around providing facilities, services and policies giving complete transparency and control over data and information systems.

In fact, most cloud providers provide a level of security that would be hard to match for many on-premise or private cloud systems. Due to the cost, providing services to other “tenants” allows for economies of scale when it comes to security. In fact, this leverage allows for even greater control of critical information systems and sensitive data than if hosted internally.

Other Areas of Concern

Many CIO’s also have concerns around multi-tenant cloud hosting. The idea that virtual machines and data for multiple tenants reside on the same physical server raises a “red flag” for many potential cloud adopters. The technology available from most cloud host providers allows for enhanced security for each virtual network, regardless of the physical server allocation.

Virtual machines live in a virtual network controlled by an operating system known as a hypervisor. This hypervisor allows for VM isolation and separates your virtual network from others hosted on the same machine. This means that no one else can view your data. This also is true for network security. Hypervisors allow for the installation of individual firewalls, much like an on-premise system.

Another key concern is disk wiping and data remaining on the system after closing a cloud hosting account. This same VM technology allows the host to wipe data as on a dedicated system. Because the virtual machine is in essence, a stand-alone system, using a DoD-approved disc-wiping utility ensures complete deletion and enhanced security.

As the cloud continues to mature, security is a primary concern and is being addressed by cloud hosting providers. For many businesses, the overall cost of an on-premise server system is no longer cost-effective. As business continues to try to find ways to cut costs and maintain security and control over crucial IT functions, it may be time to take a closer look at moving your business to the cloud!

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Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: webwerksDC on May 14, 2019, 03:42:41 AM
Primary advantages of cloud are its security features as it strongly encrypts users’ data to keep them protected from any unauthorized access, tampering or loss. Today businesses do not bother for their data back up and security issues because peace of mind is guaranteed with cloud enterprise services.

The indispensable benefits of the cloud hosting ( will keep it going in the future because it offers incomparable information technology capabilities that too at a very low cost alluring several possibilities and future potential.
Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: toytoyslim on May 15, 2019, 04:16:49 AM
Actually, you should have better questions.
Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: davebaker on August 13, 2019, 10:20:01 AM
cloud hosting will be just as good as any other managed WordPress hosting with the added advantage of good speed.
Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: alvinarichard on August 27, 2019, 11:17:25 PM
While maintaining data security is becoming a prevailing concern, a secure cloud hosting infrastructure ( can actually increase your overall security. Cloud server comes with automatic online cloud backup featured with unlimited space, Cloud security is an important aspect for every industry to enforce security within a cloud environment. This procedure includes business continuity and data backup facility in case of cloud security rift.

In Cloud hosting, you will get security because your data is stored in the cloud, you can access it no matter what happens to your machine. And you can even remotely wipe data from anywhere so it doesn’t get into the wrong hands.

Let me know if you need any further information.
Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: RH-Calvin on March 18, 2020, 11:33:42 PM
“Cloud” data is stored on hard drives (much the way data is usually stored). And yes, it's probably more secure than conventionally stored data. Each of these companies has cloud computing systems — computer servers and storage devices, connected with computer networking equipment — that span the globe.
Title: Re: How Secure is Cloud Hosting?
Post by: Akshay_M on April 18, 2020, 07:38:28 AM
In early cloud days, people assumed cloud was less safe than in-house data centers, then the perception sort of reversed with people seeing cloud as safer than in-house. But now after some high-profile public cloud security breaches the question is more like: “Is the cloud still really safe for my work?”

And the answer is yes, provided the customer and cloud provider set out shared responsibilities early and rigorously adhere to best practices, using automation as much as possible to take the load off stretched personnel.

Again companies have to make sure they update and patch their technology. And the cloud provider should make its infrastructure as foolproof as possible and make it difficult for customers to deploy workloads in an insecure manner.