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Most customer engagements begin here to identify how the benefits of the Cloud might best be realized. Depending on your company, several aspects of its IT infrastructure are considered, such as communications, collaboration, messaging, productivity, application development and maintenance, data center and other hosting requirements, security and identity management, mobile and other device connectivity, and software asset management to name but a few.
The end result is a quantification of the business impacts that a company could derive from Cloud adoption, as well as a staged roadmap to realize these economic and other business gains.
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Which Path is Right for You?
Sometimes the best infrastructure for a site or app requires both cloud and dedicated environments. A true hybrid cloud environment—so you can connect public cloud, private cloud, and dedicated hardware, to create the best fit for your specific needs.
Public Cloud gives you the advantage of lower cost, no maintenance, and (almost) unlimited scalability. The Cloud resources are owned and controlled by a third-party provider. This model gives you access to a “pay-as-you-go” billing model.
With hybrid cloud computing, your business has the ability to scale up its on-premises infrastructure to the public cloud seamlessly. This allows you to keep some control over the data without giving third-party data centers access to their data.
Dedicated Server allows your company to have access to a remote server that is entirely dedicated to your organization. A dedicated server, contrary to a public cloud, is not shared with other businesses.
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Knowledge Base Article
Cloud Computing Explained
Cloud Computing is the use of hardware and software to deliver a service over a network (typically the Internet). With cloud computing, users can access files and use applications from any device that can access the Internet.