Private Cloud servers and desktops add flexibility and reduce the cost of your IT infrastructure.
How to resolve the hosted Private Cloud or on-premise servers and desktops dilemma.
There is no right or wrong option because there are advantages and disadvantages with both a hosted private cloud and on-premise delivery models subject to the type of software/service you are considering. The best answer is often a hybrid approach to maximize the benefits of both delivery models according to the business’s needs and existing infrastructure.
Before taking a decision, assess your business and infrastructure needs with our Cloud Readiness Assessment.
- The hybrid delivery model can benefit companies whatever their size or infrastructure by utilising your existing investments
- Remote offices and staff can safely access company systems wherever they are working
- Applications can run where they are most needed
- Hosted desktops allow company staff to access their desktop on any device from anywhere
- All that changes is the location in which your servers and PC’s are based
- Scalable, flexible and pay as you grow
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