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[Video] Cloud vs. Physical Storage: Which Is Safer for Your Business Data?

May 8th, 2024 | 1 min. read


Cloud vs. Physical Storage: Which Is Safer for Your Business Data?

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In the ever-evolving realm of cybersecurity, choosing between cloud storage and physical servers is a critical decision for businesses aiming to safeguard their data. Our webinar, "Cybersecurity 101: How to Protect Your Business in the Digital Age," delves into this important topic, offering expert insights into which storage solution offers superior security. 

Exploring Cloud vs. Physical Storage Security in Cybersecurity 101 Webinar 

Cloud Storage: Enhanced Security and Scalability 

Joseph Morreale, a cybersecurity expert, explains the advantages of cloud storage over physical servers. Cloud environments provide not only enhanced security measures but also greater scalability and ease of maintenance compared to traditional on-premises servers. This makes cloud storage an attractive option for businesses looking to expand and secure their operations efficiently. 

Physical Servers: Considerations and Limitations 

Despite the appeal of cloud storage, physical servers are still in use due to their tangible control over data. However, the risks associated with physical storage, such as maintenance issues and potential physical damages to the server location, highlight why transitioning to the cloud might be a safer, more reliable choice. 

Making the Shift: Recommendations for Businesses 

Morreale recommends businesses consider upgrading to more robust cloud solutions like Microsoft Office 365 Business Premium, which offers advanced features like mobile device management and enhanced security protocols at a reasonable cost. This upgrade is presented as a strategic investment to enhance data security and operational efficiency. 



This video is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as legal advice. Viewers should contact legal counsel for legal advice.