Avoid these common cloud-computing mistakes

12/14/2011 | CIO.com

When using a cloud-computing network, it's important to remember your provider might not be backing up your data. Businesses tend to "assume that the cloud service takes care of security, application availability, backup and recovery, and ensuring service performance," but providers often don't, according to a report by Forrester. Also, be wary of relying on young companies for cloud services, experts recommend.

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