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A public cloud is one in which the services and infrastructure are provided off-site over the Internet.

Over the past few years, there has been much talk of the cloud…and equally as much confusion. While some organizations have embraced a form of cloud services, many business and IT leaders continue to struggle with the “how and why”.

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67% of Enterprise workloads will be in the Cloud by 2020

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73% of Canadian companies have adopted a Cloud presence

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71% look to Cloud for improving the speed of IT service delivery

Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud is a mix of public and private cloud deployments; they operate as separate entities but can be managed as one.

Best of Both Worlds!

Many organizations use a hybrid cloud deployment as a stepping stone to the cloud. One of the major advantages of the hybrid cloud is that organizations can both reap the benefits of the speed and flexibility of the cloud while not having to throw away existing tech or purchase new infrastructure.

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No Upfront Investments

All the IT infrastructure needs are taken care by the cloud service provider for a fixed cost. Everything from hardware to software licenses can be availed just like utility services for nominal, regular costs.

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Full Hardware Utilization

Cloud computing results in economies of scale. In the cloud model, workloads share server infrastructure with other organization’s computing needs. Cloud providers optimize the hardware needs of its data centers resulting in higher efficiencies for your business

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Global Deployment & Scalability

Cloud Services positions organizations to dynamically increase performance and improve accessibility. Deploy applications and workloads closer to its users by using regional zones. When applications require improved performance, simply subscribe to additional resources rather than procuring hardware.

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Redundancy & Resilience

On-premises environments require organizations to purchase and maintain more hardware to provide redundancy. Typical cloud environments reside in several data centers and replicate your data for resiliency. Business experiences little to no downtime when faced with a system failure or disaster.

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Refocused Workforce

With less systems to maintain and manage, organizations that move to the cloud may be able to reduce system admin overhead. The cloud provides a vast toolset of reporting and optimization capability normally performed by in-house IT staff. IT resources can be freed from mundane tasks to focus on business productivity.

Managed Cloud Services

Configuration Management

Performance & Capacity Management

Cost Optimization & Financial Management

Security & Compliance Monitoring