A recent CPA2Biz survey of CPAs revealed their plans to increase use of cloud-based systems and services, despite high levels of concern over security and privacy.CPA2Biz, the marketing arm of the American Institute of CPAs’ products and services, recently completed the research, entitled the 2010 Cloud Computing Readiness Survey.

Of note was that 70 percent of the 1,100 CPAs who responded to the survey stated they believe use of cloud-based systems within their firm will increase over the next six to 18 months. At the same time, 62 percent remain “significantly concerned” over privacy and 73 percent were equally apprehensive about security in the cloud.

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