The hybrid cloud model – combining a mix of on-premises and cloud-based applications in the same IT environment – is emerging as the preferred choice for businesses. Research firm Gartner predicts that by 2020, cloud usage will mostly be hybrid.
A hybrid strategy allows you to remain competitive in a quickly evolving business landscape, unlocking new capabilities quickly through the cloud, while at the same time preserving your core data and previous investments on-premises.
Learn why the majority of large enterprises are selecting a hybrid cloud model, and what benefits it could bring to your business.
Get the most out of your existing capabilities, and develop new ones in a cost-effective way. With a hybrid cloud model, you can select which IT solutions you want to keep on-premises, maximizing the ROI of previous investments, and which services should be deployed as SaaS (software as a service), cloud-based solutions licensed on subscription basis and requiring little to no upfront investment.
Take advantage of the innovation taking place in the cloud while keeping your data safe. Today, the cloud enables almost any business to improve their customer service and personalized marketing with innovative yet affordable technology such as advanced analytics and artificial intelligence. With a hybrid strategy you can get the best of both worlds, leveraging new technology in the cloud while maintaining control over your data and assets.
Create more effective and engaging customer experiences. With a hybrid model, you can safely maintain your customers‘ information in a data center, and use the cloud to enable associates in different locations to access real-time information. In the cloud, the information can also be aggregated and run through innovative services to identify patterns, create correlations, make predictions and create personalized interactions.
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