Private and Public Cloud
Which Cloud Solution – Public or Private – is Right for You?
If you haven’t already considered moving some or all of your data to a cloud storage environment, it’s time to start. But once you’ve decided to make the move, what kind of cloud do you need? Netsync can design the perfect solution for your organization. We’ll work with you to assess your needs and design a system that considers the benefits of public vs. private cloud to give you the optimal environment for your data.
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. Although some fear the public clouds are inherently less secure because of the shared nature of the resource, public cloud breaches are rare, as data remains segregated.
Private Cloud is, in effect, an extension of the business’s traditional data center that has been optimized to provide storage capacity and processing power for a variety of functions. In this case, “private” refers to the fact that this platform is not a shared resource, as opposed to the public cloud, but used by one entity only. In this case, the company assumes all responsibility for the management, maintenance and updating of servers. They do, however, result in a much higher level of security, as few, if any, resources are shared with other organizations.
Netsync is ready to help you navigate the decision between private and public cloud, based on your unique business requirements. Contact us today and let’s start modernizing your business to take advantage of this important technological development.