If you’re a developer, how do you go about convincing your customers/clients on putting their data up on a cloud server, like S3, and tell them it is secure?
When places like Amazon and Google decide to shut down something like Parler because of terms of service violations, I know that one fall-out from that is business owners wondering if their entire business could be shut down because their cloud provider’s terms of service don’t match their own.
This isn’t so much a “Is Storj the answer?” question as it is, what convinces customers/clients to go online. Is it price? Some specific need? I’m curious what other developers have run into.
I worked for a small company for quite a while and to this day, they do not trust putting anything up on the cloud. And today I work for a big company, and they operate their own data centers in three different geographic locations, and have only recently begun to evaluate Azure for some stuff, although nothing significant.
If you’re a developer, have you run into this kind of cloud/online resistance before? Or know what made people shift to going online when they were against it preciously?