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Cloud computing enables many advantages for increasingly dynamic business IT environments. While every cloud computing deployment is unique, understanding typical cloud configurations and services provides a sound basis for identifying the right approach for your evolving IT infrastructure.Public CloudInfrastructure and services are dynamically provisioned to specific users or the general public on a self-service basis. Unrelated customers or organizations often share services and resources.Benefits:• Data/application access anytime, anywhere, from any client device• Pay-per-use hardware/software/infrastructure • Reduce internal IT costs/asset depreciation• New applications or services can be deployed quickly and efficientlyPrivate CloudA server environment dedicated to a single organization. Managed either by you or a third-party service provider.Benefits:• Most secure, given firewall protection from other users and organizations• Maximize use of available resources through dedicated computing platforms• Easier compliance with data storage regulations• IT costs billed back to departments based on actual usage vs. allocations
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