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The future of hybrid cloud strategies and the role of IT departments

Today, almost all companies are pursuing a hybrid strategy in the cloud. Hybrid cloud is a part of the technology and infrastructure handled and managed internally and to handle and manage the other party use of third parties. For example, in many companies, payroll related processes are handled by external partners, but other HR functions have remained internal computer systems.

Efforts to ensure compliance with business rules and to exploit economies providing public cloud will drive more innovation in regulatory compliance in these environments. Therefore, we believe that the strategy will tend over, time to move away hybrid cloud infrastructure over private and public infrastructure approach.

More cloud-oriented solutions for businesses

This drive will also lead to more cloud-oriented solutions for enterprises. Currently, new software companies rarely arise physically develop programs to deploy, because they know that companies prefer to buy new solutions and innovations like a service.

The cloud solutions naturally resolve access problems all over the world and in all kinds of devices. We also believe that these trends reduce the complexity and costs of software license management, which is an important aspect of our business, although it helps companies to manage product licenses to install, strive to contain and manage the costs of the licenses. Our ability to be agile and move from one platform to another is hampered not only by factors related to data transfers and training, but also by licensing agreements that trap us financially.

The solutions in the cloud, an aid to IT departments

The transition to cloud computing solutions reduce the financial obligations of traditional physical software and significantly reduces the burden associated with the management of software installed. The cloud-computing solutions we provide user-friendly options, centralized and instantly configurable, and also shift the burden of regulatory compliance from client to supplier, freeing companies from the audit work, etc.. However, the ease with which we can access the software “on demand” implies that it is easy to cause a leak of sensitive data beyond the boundaries of the firm. In this context, solutions for data management in the cloud (a business problem) and access control software in the cloud (a problem of software vendors) accelerated the already rapid movement to the side public hybrid equation.

So how will this affect IT departments? We believe that long term, the technical work will revolve less around the team management, both in the server room as on desks or pockets of employees, and more about control interfaces to manage security , company policies and administration of the data. The control was data using firewalls, endpoint controls and physical access to the federation will step authentication, authentication policies, management of keys and encrypted and remote solutions for power and portability of virtual machines.

We believe that providers of public cloud solutions deployed sophisticated security technologies that enable cryptographically strong, secure and allow demonstrable while companies retain electronic keys that control their data. The solutions for compliance with data standards evolve from the end point to the server (in the cloud) and technicians will equip most effective ways to monitor and manage business policies. This inevitably leads to higher levels of compliance less complex tools with consequent benefits for corporate computer departments.

Asher ross is an expert technical writer from UK web hosting company eUkhost LTD. eUKhost has completed 13 successful years in Web hosting industry and specialized in deploying Cloud hosting solutions –, Managed Dedicated hosting and many more with free tech support and complete web hosting satisfaction.


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