There’s no doubt that a host of forthcoming technologies are gaining highlights owing to its promising attributes, such as wearable technology (that is somewhat connected to ubiquitous computing) that promises for unmatched emails and search options. Driverless cars will be helping us to reach our expected destinations in the fastest possible manner, eliminating the need for hiring drivers, and IoT will incorporate an ability in non-living objects to connect with each other. Well, all these technologies will be there in future. But the one technology that is taking the whole world with a storm is “Cloud Technology”. This technology is real and highly active in today’s business-oriented landscape, enabling both IT and line-of-businesses to collaborate fast and add agility while keeping their capital expenses at minimal. 

Hybrid Cloud Hosting ServerOrganizations have been utilizing public cloud as well as private cloud for the past few years. However, now they are moving to more robust approach that brings on-premise (private) and off-premise (public) into a single hybrid cloud computing model. Hybrid operating model helps in simplifying IT services and offers flexibility to add new services while keeping the operating cost under control. This technology is enabling end-users to store and access their files either from a cloud hosted system or through on-premise servers.

A report published by Gartner suggests that by year 2017, approximately 50% of the large companies globally will have hybrid operating model.  Another study by industry analyst firm IDC illustrates that the global cloud market will hit $118 billion in 2015. 

In Hybrid cloud approach, data and information is stored in multiple locations, allowing authorized users gain access from both private and public cloud, whichever is faster and safe. Apparently, Inherent traits of hybrid cloud helps in fulfilling data regulations, security, compliance needs, and on-premise integration demands.

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In a nutshell, embracing a hybrid cloud approach is not at all expensive and intricate for enterprises. With the right and reliable partner businesses can comprehensively leverage the benefits of both private and public cloud instances to drive business growth.