It’s no surprise to those even slightly informed in the IT business that hybrid—which combined both public and private cloud elements—is now the standard choice for enterprises seeking cloud providers. Data management systems that can combine control of public cloud services and on-premises applications on a single screen is the nirvana that all IT administrators want to achieve. It’s all about choices—and having the ability to make them on demand, if necessary.
Enterprise IT administrators make buying decisions on which cloud vendor is best for his/her particular system based on how they best match specific use cases. Does your company deal in personalized customer information or classified scientific data? Is it regulated by such laws as GDPR or CCPA? Does it do global business, or is it mostly local or regional? Some hybrid and public cloud vendors are better are some applications than others. Some are set up for localized/regionalized business, rather than global trade.
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