Data Residency a Key Concern for Cloud Adoption

Survey finds data residency, privacy, and control are the biggest concerns when switching to cloud technology.

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When it comes to migrating data to a public cloud, firms are concerned about where to put the data, who can see it, and who has control. 

A survey conducted by Thomson Reuters Financial and Risk—the company’s business divison—reveals that 24 percent of respondents cite data residency, 19 percent cite data privacy, and 18 percent cite concerns about losing control over data when switching to public cloud.

Brennan Carley, Thomson Reuters

The onus is largely on firms to ensure that data privacy

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