Part 2: The future is hybrid

Not all cloud storage solutions are created equal. In an ever-evolving digital landscape, it is crucial for SMBs to asses which cloud infrastructure is properly suited to their needs and digital transformation objectives. Small businesses should plan ahead and implement modern digital strategies from the beginning to set up an agile environment for growth. 

Cloud storage is key as businesses store more data online, and there are different types of cloud solutions available. Public cloud solutions are more affordable and easier to manage for small companies, while private cloud is more secure but limited in scalability and more expensive to maintain. 


What is hybrid cloud?

Hybrid cloud is a computing environment that combines both public and private cloud infrastructures. Public cloud refers to services provided by third-party cloud service providers, while private cloud is a cloud computing infrastructure dedicated solely to a single organization. Hybrid cloud allows organizations to run their critical workloads on a private cloud, while still benefiting from the cost savings and scalability of public cloud services.

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