Cloud Technology

Top Cloud Hosting Requirements

With strong security, reliable speed, infinite expansion capabilities and incredible power, cloud computing offers an effective business solution that provides reliable, powerful and intuitive administration.

However, all cloud hosting providers are not created equal. Business should evaluate many factors before choosing a cloud or colocation service provider, including services offered, maximum data support, storage capabilities, security, user friendliness and many more.

Depending on your business, there could be literally dozens of cloud hosting requirements you’ll need from a cloud hosting provider. However, there are several common features that a cloud hosting provider must have if they are to offer your business a successful and meaningful solution.

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Colocation vs Cloud Hosting: What’s the Difference?

As the demand for powerful data infrastructure management continues to expand, businesses increasingly rely on outsourced data management solutions, and for good reason. Contracting with outside data management providers confers several benefits, including technical support, ease of use and administration and managed security, all of which save businesses time and money. While there are several remote computing options currently on the market, two of the most widely implemented solutions are cloud hosting and colocation.

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By 2016, Most IT Spend Will Be in the Cloud

“The use of cloud computing is growing,” reports Gartner, “and by 2016 [it] will increase to become the bulk of new IT spend… 2016 will be a defining year for cloud as private cloud begins to give way to hybrid cloud, and nearly half of large enterprises will have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of 2017.”

Those are ambitious predictions, considering many enterprises are barely past their first few deployments.

Technology is changing fast, and the number of vendors who are playing in the market is overwhelming. It’s next to impossible for IT to know who these players are or will be.

Tony BengtsonBy 2016, Most IT Spend Will Be in the Cloud
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