When it comes to cloud, there are multiple options for businesses to choose from. Often, the most resilient and reliable solution is proving to be private cloud.
Private cloud can operate similar to public cloud, however it can be tailored to suit specific business requirements and goals. It is flexible, scalable, often better suited and more efficient.
There are multiple advantages to using a private cloud. Unlike a public cloud setting, you do not share resources. This allows you to have direct control over your security requirements, data, costs and management.
Private cloud increases performance, as resources are not being used by multiple users and over stretched, allowing easier, flowing access to resources. As you have control of the security, you can ensure that all your important business documents are secure and minimise the risk of an attack or data breach.
When compared with public cloud, service outages are a rare occurrence in private cloud solutions, meaning your resources will not be disturbed and your staff will be able to continually work uninterrupted.
Service outages impacting public cloud providers are not uncommon and can be highly disruptive, given the reliance of businesses and individuals on the services. More recently, users of Microsoft’s cloud in the UK and elsewhere in Northern Europe were unable to log into Azure services such as Outlook and Teams. This latest outage follows one that Microsoft said it had already fixed.
Many businesses chose public cloud as they lack the IT expertise and resources to create a private cloud, and are unaware of the disadvantages of using a public cloud.
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