Work with our experts to compare and contrast the various cloud service providers.
Which Cloud Solution – Public or Private – is Right for You?
Public Cloud allows a business or organization to purchase services, delivered via the Internet, from a third-party provider. These services use processing power and storage capacity that is not owned by the business itself and are available to others as a shared resource. All management responsibilities fall to the service provider, not the company, which can lower IT and OPEX costs
With a private cloud, services and infrastructure are dedicated to a single organization and resources are not shared. As a result, data storage, hardware and network pools are not accessible by other businesses in the same data center. Organizations use a vendor’s off-site IT infrastructure, with the vendor owning the hardware and the client owning their data.