Cloud computing has been the buzz over recent years. And who can blame the buzz? Cloud computing offers businesses flexibility, scaleability and immeditate recovery in the event of a disaster. With Public Cloud being the more popular as businesses can rent the infrastructure they need.
The servers can either sit within the network boundaries of the organisation using them, with those servers managed and maintained by internal IT staff, or they can be located within the data centre of a cloud service provider, with an organisation accessing the data stored on the servers via private and secure network links.
The problem with Public Cloud platforms is that you or your service provider does not have complete control over the platform. What’s more, if the industry you work in has rules & regulations surrounding data, you may not be able to adhere to them. This is where Private Cloud computing has it’s benefits.
One main advantage of private cloud infrastructures is that they are usually more secure than alternatives, since the organisation’s data is tightly secured and controlled on servers that no other company has access too.
If you think your business will benefit from a Private Cloud solution, get in touch for FREE advice.
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