Public cloud services offer scalability with fewer boundaries. This is because resource is pulled from the larger cloud infrastructure. By moving as many non-sensitive functions as possible to the public cloud, organisations benefit from its scalability whilst reducing the demands on a private cloud.*
Public clouds can have greater economies of scale than private clouds, potentially making them cheaper. Hybrid clouds therefore allow organisations to access these savings for as many business functions as possible. That’s all while still keeping sensitive operations secure.
Moving to the cloud: Key considerations for businesses
Too often, companies are making the jump without a solid understanding on some key considerations, then are frustrated when projects fail to deliver as hoped. With that in mind, here are six areas of the planning process you should be looking at to set your business up for success when moving to the cloud.
Private, public or hybrid cloud: What’s right for you?
Cloud computing has become one of the biggest IT buzz words over the past decade, Indeed, cloud based solutions are proving to offer many benefits over the traditional in-house IT equipment. In this blog, we go through the differences between the environments so you can make an informed choice for your business.
Debunking the biggest cloud myths in business today
Despite the maturity of the cloud, there is still a lot of false information out there surrounding its real value. And the trouble with this is, these misconceptions have consequences; they slow enterprises down, hinder innovation and instil unwarranted fear. We debunk the biggest of these – to help you distinguish fact from fiction.