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Cloud Technology: Myths versus Facts

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Wolters Kluwer understands security is important as you
choose a partner for your cloud-based software. When you look at the facts, it becomes clear that with a trusted IT partner, cloud solutions can actually be more secure than the on-premise software favored in the past. For more information visit CCHGroup.com/Axcess today!

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Cloud Technology: Myths versus Facts

  1. 1. Cloud Technology Myths versus Facts Because cloud technology is relatively new, especially in tax and accounting firms, there are several myths you need to be aware of. When you look at the facts, it becomes clear that with a trusted IT partner, cloud solutions can actually be more secure than the on-premise software favored in the past. When you have to be right Wolters Kluwer understands security is important as you choose a partner for your cloud-based software. For more information about the security measures in place for CCH Axcess™ , visit CCHGroup.com/Axcess and download a complimentary copy of our Information Security Measures white paper. 2016-0154-1 © 2016 CCH Incorporated and its affiliates. All rights reserved. Components of Digital Security When comparing the security of various systems, keep in mind these five components of digital security. A thorough security policy will take into account all five. MYTH FACTYour data is not safe in the cloud. Cloud providers have greater expertise and more technical staff. MYTH FACTPhysical control of data implies security. Cloud computing boasts security at a level you could never afford. MYTH FACTThere are more breaches in the cloud. On-premise is far more susceptible to malware and botnets. MYTH FACTI’m not using the cloud, so I’ve got better protection. If your system has an Internet connection, you’re already in the cloud. MYTH FACTMy client data is too sensitive to be hosted in the cloud. The CIA & NASDAQ host data in the cloud, and your clients do too. Infrastructure Facilities, Hardware and Networks Software Applications and Operating Systems Data Files, Databases and Tables People Developers, Operators, Users and Managers Processes Automated and Manual Procedures Used for System Operation

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