More and more, hybrid multi-cloud is generally accepted to be the IT architecture of the future.
Only multi-cloud offers the flexibility, the scalability and the security benefits that modern businesses demand. But a decision to embrace a multi-cloud-first strategy is only the beginning – companies need to spend serious time on careful preparations to optimise this approach. For instance, there are security challenges that inevitably follow when data is spread across multiple cloud environments, and companies need to be certain that they are protected from cyber-attacks.
But how can companies be sure when their data is spread across distant networks? How can they keep their data fully under their control? How best can they make encryption work for them?