Steering a Multi-Cloud Strategy? Brake for Security.

November 27, 2018

How to keep your multi-cloud journey on track and your data secure

For companies today, the question isn’t whether to move to the cloud, but how many cloud providers to use. A multi-cloud strategy creates data redundancies to reduce or prevent data loss and downtime, adds flexibility, provides the ability to match cloud offerings to IT needs, and avoids lock-in to only one cloud provider.

As boards instruct leadership teams to develop and hone their multi-cloud strategy in the coming years, companies must recognize the accompanying security risks that multi-cloud introduces. 

In this eBook, we: 

  • Highlight the security challenges that enterprises face when adopting a multi-cloud strategy.
  • Provide recommendations on how to work with vendors and partners to address these challenges. 
  • Showcase best practices for building a secure multi-cloud platform, and more. 

With Snowflake, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) can leverage the cloud to introduce and implement a successful, and secure multi-cloud strategy. 

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