Cloud Expo Article: Compliance and Security in Cloud Migration

An exclusive Q&A with Joel Daly, Chief Operating Officer at HOSTING, including his views on common cost, compliance, and security concerns when migrating to the cloud.

Cloud Computing Journal, May 28, 2013 – Many organizations are considering the cloud as a potential replacement or expansion of their existing IT infrastructure, however cost, compliance, and security are often top areas of concern.

Joel Daly, Chief Customer Officer at HOSTING, offers reassurance in this exclusive Q&A with Cloud Expo Conference Chair, Jeremy Geelan. When it comes to cost savings in the cloud, Joel states, “Anyone moving to the cloud saves not only time but money. For SMBs, the primary cost issue is a lack of resources. They have no choice but to run legacy systems during the transformation to the cloud. This gets expensive, but once done, the cost savings are there.” 

Find Hosting in New York for the 12th Annual Cloud EXPO from June 10-13, booth 241. Matt Ferrari, HOSTING’s CTO, will present, DR to The Cloud: How HOSTING Cloud Replication can turn Disaster Recovery into DRaaS.


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