The hybrid cloud is a computing environment which uses a mix of on-premise, public and private cloud services. Organisations can shift workloads between public and private clouds as costs and computing needs change.
Hybrid cloud delivers flexibility and data management options, especially during peak demand times or when a dynamic workflow is required. For example, you can host critical data in the private cloud, while using the public cloud as a test environment.
Benefits of hybrid cloud
Our hybrid cloud service makes your life with technology easier.
Here are some of the key benefits you can expect when you choose to partner with Network ROI.
- Helpful for business continuity and disaster recovery planning
- Design and market new products quickly
- High levels of data centre security reduces the risk business of data breaches
Reduce capital expenditure
Cloud computing has many advantages for growing businesses. Start-ups benefit from reduced initial capital outlay while taking advantage of working with the most up-to-date hardware and software.
Easy disaster recovery
Smaller businesses are investing in cloud computing to bolster disaster recovery efforts. Backing up important data and applications to an off-site data centre makes sense long-term business sense.
The cloud is flexible
Cloud computing gives businesses access to unlimited bandwidth on a pay-as-you-go basis. Get enterprise-grade power with zero hassle that allows you to compete with larger organisations at a keystroke.
Other features of our cloud computing service
- Cloud storage
- Public cloud
- Private cloud
- Hybrid cloud