Hybrid IT: The Cloud of the Future

| March 2, 2018

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When cloud computing first began to move from the cutting edge to the mainstream, business leaders were typically faced with two options: the private cloud or the public cloud. Initially, private cloud was by far the preferred choice, due largely to its superior security capabilities. As time passed, though, organizations became more comfortable with the notion of the public cloud and its attendant cost-efficiency benefits.

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