As a business, whether you’re storing patient records or processing customer credit card data, chances are the government or your customers (or, many times, both) require you to meet some sort of compliance standards. And it ain’t easy.
Often companies think of compliance as an annoying imposition — something to grin and bear. And while achieving compliance is not always a cakewalk, the upside of doing so can be huge. Whether you are interested in starting a company, entering a new market, or winning new customers, achieving compliance can be a major business driver. Here’s why it’s beneficial to your bottom line to think about compliance in this way.
PCI DSS. HIPAA. SOC 2. SOX 404. Compliance can be a complicated and confusing beast, with plenty of acronyms and layers of regulations — not to mention expenses and stress. But achieving compliance in the cloud can also be the key to unlocking new sources of revenue, winning business, and achieving success in today’s competitive business environment.