The Hybrid Cloud Benefits You Haven't Considered

The Hybrid Cloud Benefits You Haven't Considered

February 28

Your organization needs a solution that meets its specific requirements, which is why the hybrid cloud could be a good fit due to its flexibility and agile capabilities. 

With the hybrid cloud, there’s no need to decide between one solution or another — you can get the benefits of on-premises infrastructure, colocation, private cloud services, and public cloud. 

We’ll walk through benefits of the hybrid cloud you may not have considered yet and examine whether this solution may work for your organization. 


What Are the Benefits of Utilizing Colocation?

In addition to being able to support demanding workloads, there are a number of benefits to colocation, including: 

  • Consistent uptime. For example, Evoque’s global data centers have the built-in resiliency to ensure 99.999% availability. 
  • Secure facilities. With around-the-clock support, monitoring, and more, you can be sure your colocation facility is secure. 
  • Carrier neutrality. By applying a neutral approach to carriers, you can use the one that’s right for your applications. We believe this application-first approach is critical for businesses, which is why we launched Multi-Generational Infrastructure™ — read more about it here
  • Increased productivity. Through programs such as Evoque’s Remote Hands, your team can focus on improving the business while on-site expert technicians handle the IT management and maintenance. 

By utilizing colocation, you can ensure your organization runs smoothly through an application-first approach that securely gives your team more time to work on what matters most: your business. 

What Are the Benefits of Utilizing the Cloud?

There are a number of benefits of utilizing the cloud for data storage and computing, including: 

  • Increased customizability. You can benefit by utilizing a multi-cloud strategy, if needed, which consists of both public and private clouds. 
  • Scalability and versatility. In other words, the cloud is flexible and able to scale with your growing business. 
  • Organizational flexibility. The cloud creates flexibility by allowing your organization to use what it needs at-scale, potentially reducing cost. It also allows your team flexibility to access everything they need to properly do their job from anywhere in the world. 
  • Simplified disaster recovery. Utilizing the cloud can benefit your disaster recovery plan (DRP) through backup procedures that can speed up the retrieval of your organization’s data. 

The cloud is an incredible tool for businesses looking for a data storage solution that moves alongside them, creates a flexible environment, and allows their team to access the information they need no matter where they are. 

What Are the Benefits of the Hybrid Cloud? 

By bringing these benefits together, you can create a data strategy that’s effective for your business. You can: 

  • Create a more cost-effective solution. When you’re able to utilize a solution that’s to-scale with your business, you can avoid paying for underutilized servers. 
  • Plan for the future. There’s no doubt about it — your business is going to change for a number of reasons. Since the hybrid cloud is flexible, you can configure the cloud tools to meet the needs of your evolving business. Essentially, the hybrid cloud allows you to keep your data infrastructure options open. 
  • Ensure your company’s data is as secure as possible. Colocation and the cloud both come with their own security and disaster recovery benefits, so when you combine them into the hybrid cloud, your organization’s data can be secured throughout different environments. 

With the hybrid cloud, you have the ability to combine the benefits of colocation and the cloud to create a data storage solution that works for your organization. 

Find the Right Solution for Your Organization

When it comes to your organization’s data strategy, it’s important to choose what works best for you. This may be a single solution or a combination of the cloud and physical data center. No matter what — it’s important to remember that data storage doesn’t come with a one-size-fits-all solution, making it important to know your options. 

Let’s work together to create a custom hybrid environment that helps you meet your infrastructure goals.

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