Cloud servers Vietnam security: What enterprises should know (part 1)

April 17, 2017

Cloud servers Vietnam rapidly grows, especially in the industrial sector. Along with it, though, comes the question of enterprise security.

Adopting the right strategy can prove to be highly beneficial for enterprises. Some experts believe that the cloud solution can be the most secure place to store data. But most others aver that it’s the least secure place to host sensitive office data.


How safe is the cloud in actuality? What are the things that enterprises need to know regarding maintenance of data in the cloud? Is it safer for data to remain within the office environment?

This post will bring you the latest in cloud security trends and present certain facts that companies should be aware of:

Cloud security is in…

The steep rise in adoption of the cloud servers in Vietnam in enterprise has brought about a considerable increase in demand for cloud security service providers. This trend indicates that enterprises understand and recognize the risks involved and are doing their best to tackle the problem of security. Actually, this aspect is now the top priority for IT departments of some companies. It’s expected that this market need will grow even farther in the coming few years.


Cloud storage is risky

For most people, the cloud is the most convenient place to store all data. While that is the case with enterprise too, storing supposedly classified data can prove to be challenging for enterprises; especially for the smaller business outfits, which don’t have enough financial and other resources to maintain data in the cloud.

Businesses involving banking, finance, credit cards, accounting… are most at risk.

No company is perfectly safe

No matter how much experts extol the virtues of the cloud servers Dell Vietnam, it’s a fact that no enterprise is ever totally free from threat and vulnerability to external attack.


Last year, key companies such as JP Morgan Chase, Home Depot, Target and several others reported that their data had been severely compromised. If that could happen to such big brands, then the smaller enterprises would be at bigger risk of losing important vital data.

(be continued…)