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County Boards of Developmental Disabilities and related organizations use the Cloud for any number of services, like cloud-based data backup services, access to robust types of software that can be purchased as needed, and for increased accessibility and productivity when employees are away from the office and need to access files and applications.
However, for many, the question remains: “Should we use a public, hybrid, or private cloud? Before deciding, it’s essential you know the differences and the advantages of each.
Using any one of these cloud solutions provides:
This is the most common form of cloud computing. The cloud provider owns and operates the resources which are shared by all tenants that use the service. Anyone can sign up and resources are automatically provisioned from a shared pool.
With a public cloud:
A public cloud a good fit for organizations with IT staff but that don’t want to spend upfront capital to host it themselves.
A private cloud is an environment where computing resources are reserved for your use and maintained on a secure private network. Private clouds are protected by a secure firewall and can offer high performance due to their single use. This means you can customize the solution to meet your exact needs.
With a private cloud:
A private cloud is a good fit for organizations:
A hybrid cloud is a combination of on-premise systems with private or public clouds.
With a hybrid cloud:
A hybrid cloud is a good fit for:
There’s rarely a “one-size-fits-all” solution for developmental disabilities organizations when it comes to using a public, private, or hybrid cloud. Each organization can benefit from different cloud technologies in various ways. Plus, the Cloud landscape is always changing, so it’s important that you talk to an expert. In future articles we will discuss the advantages to the Cloud and why you shouldn’t fear it, why the GO Concepts Private Cloud is special, and why the Cloud can be a better option having your own in-house servers.
When it’s time to make a decision for your County Board of DD or related organization, it’s best to defer to a professional IT Service Provider like GO Concepts that understands what you do and your unique requirements. We provide scalable and customizable cloud solutions and remote desktops, so you can take advantage of the most up-to-date, innovative, secure solutions for an affordable, monthly fee. You can trust GO Concepts, “The Premier Information Technology Solutions Provider In Ohio For Agencies, Independent Providers and County Boards For the Developmentally Disabled.”
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