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Cloud Services

Public Cloud

The public cloud offers many different options with a multitenant environment and a pay-as-you-grow scalability such as Azure and AWS. This means that as your business grows, your technology can grow right along with it.

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Private Cloud

The private cloud shares some similarities with the public cloud. However, this option has a single tenant with enhanced security measures for the scalability you need. It's tailored to your exact requirements.

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What's the difference between Private and Public Cloud?

Private cloud, in raw terms, is a cloud service that is not shared with any other organizations or individuals. It's your own, secure space that only your business has access to, and is dedicated solely to your company.

Public cloud, whilst still keeping your data secured to only your organization, the resources are shared with other organizations.

Think of it like this: Public cloud is like living in an apartment in a multistorey building. You share common costs with other tenants, all access the building the same way and rely on the installed security measures to keep you safe.

On the other hand, the private cloud is like living in a house. It's private, it's yours and you can protect it with the security measures that you feel best suits your needs. However, you are responsible for all of the operational costs for the house.


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