Are hybrid clouds the path to cloud-computing nirvana?
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You’ve likely heard of cloud computing – shared computing resources available over the Internet. But it turns out there’s more than one way to cloud. There are server farms; cloud applications and private clouds where organizations set up their own private pools of computing resources. And then there is the best-of-both-worlds mix – the hybrid cloud – where businesses use private clouds for their most important computing tasks and public clouds for occasional peaks of demand or less-sensitive tasks.

Read now to learn how there is a growth of tools to help your organization adapt its applications to run on public, private and hybrid clouds, allowing continually increased efficiency.

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