- Consistent experience for all users
- Redundancy during natural disasters, power outages
- Ability to work remotely
- Ability to increase hardware resources as needed
- Ability to run a sandbox (testing) environment to test compatibility for new software
- Fees become a monthly fixed cost
- You must have internet to be functional
- It can be difficult to terminate services and move data off
- Limited control of hardware
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The private cloud is defined as the area where cloud services are provided by a private IT infrastructure.
The public cloud is defined as services offered by third party providers over the public internet. They are generally priced by storage, bandwidth usage and CPU.
*It’s important to note that security can be a concern if you haven’t taken advantage of the public cloud security options that are offered.
This is when you have a combination of services. You maintain some applications onsite and some in the cloud. You can also use a combination of private and public cloud.