The flexibility and scalability of Private Clouds. Join our live webinar hosted by Radicati Group.
The shift towards cloud adoption continues to gain steam as organizations discover the value it brings to business agility and IT efficiency.
As businesses develop a strategy for implementing a cloud computing solution, a critical consideration is whether to deploy infrastructure in a public or private cloud.
What is ‘private cloud’?
There’s been a lot of talk around private clouds – but what does it mean? A private cloud is an infrastructure that’s managed by a third party, but is purely dedicated to your business. The private cloud delivers all the agility, scalability and efficiency of the public cloud, but with a greater level of control and customization to address your IT needs.
Whether an organization needs to limit access to their cloud, is looking to meet compliance standards or requires an extra layer of protection – private clouds can give your business some peace of mind.
Another key benefit of the private cloud is the ability to customize and design an infrastructure that’s best suited for your IT requirements. Dedicated deployments facilitate compliance while allowing for more flexibility in terms of customization and integration.
Watch our webinar to discover if private cloud is right for your business
According to The Radicati Group dedicated deployments are expected to continue to show growth over the next four years, primarily due to mid-size and large organizations moving to the cloud and preferring a dedicated deployment.
Sara Radicati, President and CEO of The Radicati Group and Intermedia explore the trends risks and rewards of private Exchange clouds including:
- Where private cloud computing makes sense and where it does not.
- What are the main benefits of a private cloud, why agility and speed are the most important ones, and what this means for your company.
- How to create a business case for using a private cloud versus using the public cloud.
- How to design private cloud deployments and when makes sense to outsource to a specialized vendor.