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5 Things Every CIO Needs to Know About Cloud Sprawl

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While cloud adoption may be exciting for developers, ungoverned and unregulated cloud service usage across the enterprise can cause big headaches for IT departments. Cloud sprawl, the use of public cloud services and applications by employees or business units without the permission of IT, must be reined in sooner rather than later. When it comes to cloud sprawl containment, there are five things every CIO needs to know.

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Comments (1)
Interesting thoughts on cloud sprawl, organization should have regulated access to data on cloud to manage cloud sprawl, this can be done through compliance especially with SOC providing support for cloud technologies. I work for McGladrey and there's a whitepaper on the website that aligns well with this article that was created on this subject, readers will be interested in it. @ "Managing cloud risks with service organization controls" http://bit.ly/1a2LQnE
Posted by williamson b | Tuesday, January 28 2014 at 10:51AM ET
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