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Reader Study It seems we can’t move at the moment for being bombarded with messages about Cloud and hosted services and how they’re going to take over the world. This may be a scary enough thought on its own, but for most of you, security and privacy concerns are top of the list when it comes to SaaS.

Thanks to the forthright opinions and real-world insight of the Reg readers we’ve been able to get under the skin of this topic. We’ve pulled it apart, looked at what’s real and imagined, and pulled it all together into a report that you can take away and read at your leisure.

Whether you’re looking to SaaS as a way to improve service delivery, cope with mobility or tighten the purse strings on spending a bit, this report can help you to get to grips with the complex issues behind security and privacy in the cloud.

If you want a steer on how to approach the whole issue of SaaS security and supplier selection, download the brand new report here. ®

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