A multi-cloud environment is not inherently more secure than a single cloud. Learn how to choose between single cloud vs. multi-cloud for your organization from a security perspective
"Organizations across industries rely on public cloud computing for a significant portion of their workloads. The flexibility, cost efficiency, redundancy and security of cloud infrastructure providers makes it attractive to organizations of all kinds. From banks and healthcare providers to technology companies and retailers, firms depend on cloud computing to carry out core business functions.
However, as these organizations perform risk assessments, they often worry that using a single cloud provider might create a single point of failure (SPOF) in their environments. Multi-cloud security architectures aim to eliminate this SPOF by enabling the rapid shifting of workloads between cloud providers, but is this approach in fact a benefit from a security perspective?
Here, compare the differences between single cloud and multi-cloud security...."
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