and how to avoid it being a major stumbling block in your IT strategy
Cloud computing has become ubiquitous and widely accessible to businesses via public internet connections.
Developers can spin up an application and test it away from the production environment; IT can have access to on-demand resources on a pay-as-you-go basis.
The payoff? Faster-paced business, more flexible working, increased productivity and lower operational costs overall. However, is that really the case?
As cloud computing matures, the demands for instant access to everything, everywhere, on any device continues to ramp up.
Businesses must combat connectivity problems by investing in network connectivity strategically.
They can no longer rely on the public internet and ignore network infrastructure that underpins the delivery of their critical apps, cloud services and IT strategies.
Download this e-Guide to learn more:
- The challenges of connecting to the cloud
- The different types of connections to the public cloud
- The benefits of connecting to cloud service providers via a dedicated connection solution