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How the hybrid cloud can help you
By adopting a hybrid cloud approach you can benefit from a number of things. You can retain full control over your business-critical data, you can achieve real economies of scale thanks to unprecedented flexibility, and you can take advantage of the cost savings that the cloud can offer. This said, it's also important that you understand the use cases of the hybrid cloud so you can plan how it will work within your organisation. Discover three key use cases by simply reading this short article.
What you'll learn
Gain the flexibility to test and develop new applications
How you can handle unexpected peak loads
Incorporate a fall-back facility in your hybrid cloud
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