Getting their heads in the Cloud: Small and mid-sized businesses see the value of cloud-based solutions

Details security concerns around data protection with cloud services and explains how marketers can best avoid them, as well as the benefits of such services.

It's no secret that cloud computing is one of the fastest-growing segments of the information technology industry. Gartner pegs 2017 growth of the worldwide public cloud-services market at 18 percent, and projects 16.6 percent growth, to $287.8 billion, this year. Cloud storage alone was a $25.1 billion market last year, according to Research and Markets, which forecasts a compound annual growth rate of 29.7 percent through 2022, at which point it will total more than $92.4 billion.

Considering the growth in cloud computing, B-to-B marketers must be jumping on the bandwagon, right? Not so much, especially...

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