This Datto white paper reviews what makes a hybrid cloud backup unique. And details seven of hybrid cloud backup’s distinct benefits; including, business continuity, data insurance, local storage flexibility, cost benefits, standards compliance, added revenue streams and infrastructure control. This is a must read to get a better understanding of what hybrid cloud backup is and how you and your clients can benefit from it.
Here is an excerpt from this paper:
A hybrid cloud solution combines private (internal/on-premise) and public (external) cloud deployment models. With a typical private cloud solution, one would build, develop and manage their own cloud infrastructure. The most common deployments of private cloud solutions are in enterprise-level environments. Businesses that have the capital to fund a private cloud operation will usually purchase the necessary equipment, hire their own dedicated IT support teams, and build or lease their own data centers. This allows the company to have complete control over their cloud environment. The primary downside of a private cloud is that it is very expensive to implement and maintain. It also requires highly skilled engineers to manage the network.
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