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In the quest for securing the cloud, one key aspect is often left out of the discussion: the security impact of the cloud endpoint – most notably the imperiled browser.
As enterprises and individuals increasingly move computing to the cloud, security at the endpoint has been an escalating concern. Taking matters into their own hands, many enterprise consumers are going “direct to cloud” – avoiding enterprise IT practices that would otherwise protect endpoints, connectivity and data. Meanwhile, IT executives that once viewed cloud-based shared computing and storage infrastructure as their least trustworthy option now see the cloud as the safest choice.