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It's often touted as the best of both worlds, a way for an organization to take advantage of the cost effectiveness and scalability of the public cloud, without the security concerns that typically apply in a public cloud environment-all that vital data potentially exposed to third parties.
The IT in this case is the hybrid cloud, a technology platform usually made up of at least one private cloud and at least one public cloud, fused together to enable data and application portability. Think of this as the next stage in cloud technology, one where many needs are met, concerns are abated and options abound. The hybrid cloud meets the expressed needs of companies that seek a variety of different cloud services in a cost-effective IT environment. It meets the demands of those companies that do not want to commingle their sensitive data with everyone else's, but still need access to powerful, scalable computing resources.
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- Released: July 26, 2013
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