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Public Vs. Private Cloud – Which is Right for You? [White Paper]

11/08/2014

The Tricky Cloud Question Every Business MUST Ask.

Public cloud or private cloud – which is right for you?

It’s a tricky question. Especially because, for some, the concept of “the cloud” itself is still rather hard to grasp. No pun intended.

So what is the difference between public and private cloud, anyway?

How do you weigh the advantages and drawbacks of each?

Which one is best for your business?

Choose carefully….

The Difference: Public vs. Private Clouds

Like many things, the difference between public and private clouds is best illustrated with an analogy.

Public cloud is like buying gym memberships for your employees. You’re essentially purchasing a share of a larger cloud space maintained by an external provider.

Then there’s private cloud. Think of private cloud as building a company gym. It’s a cloud tailored expressly to meet the current and future needs of your enterprise.

How do you weigh the advantages and drawbacks of each? Which one is best for your business? Choose carefully.

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