Managing the hybrid environment
Of course, some organisations may not need local data management for all their data and applications: some areas of their operations can often be placed in the public cloud.
For organisations using a colocation data centre, IT administration can often be managed using a dedicated interface, where the administrator can easily connect a private connection to one or more cloud providers and manage their Wide Area Networks (WAN) in one place. The hybrids can be optimised in line with load and need, without compromising on safety or performance.
By offering a more flexible environment, hybrid cloud solutions allow organisations to scale, streamline and implement new features more easily. They can improve the management of their resources, offering better control, and now, even organisations subject to strict data-processing rules can benefit from this, using secure data handling from colocation centres and models.
It’s clear that hybrid cloud, and with it, colocation and enhanced cloud data security, is allowing businesses to not just thrive today, but also create a future-proofed environment for tomorrow.
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