A survey in Great Britain found that 74 percent of IT managers (the ”IT” stands for Information Technology) do not want to use “cloud computing” for their companies. The cloud designation that you hear tossed around these days is the new name for a bank of high-capacity storage units that can hold all your company’s data and communication traffic. Only three percent of IT managers said they use it to any great extent. The primary hesitation of the majority, of course, is based on security; if the cloud goes down, so does the company using it.

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