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Hybrid cloud – onsite and offsite computing

The hybrid solution is a combination of onsite and offsite technology infrastructure that maximises your internal assets while leveraging external cloud services.

Many businesses have been cautious about moving into the cloud, unaware that hybrid clouds are a game changer. There are many reasons for concern with the main focus on the lack of control and potential for risk.

The risks are related to the accessibility, security, and availability of external resources held on public clouds, as opposed to private clouds. So while private clouds can be designed to address these concerns and fire-walled from the rest of the internet, the question is will a hybrid cloud deployment deliver sufficient benefits.

A hybrid cloud offers the best strategy to future proof their business growth and ensures they can take advantage of new technology.


How can a hybrid cloud infrastructure benefit your business?

Your business can incorporate the flexibility of using the public cloud, private cloud service, and in-house technology infrastructure. You can match the right capability as workloads change, and different resources are needed, moving efficiently between technology platforms.

The benefits for improved security, efficient allocation of resources to match the growth and controls of costs are outcomes of good hybrid technology design.


Security benefits of a hybrid cloud

The combination of onsite and offsite technology infrastructure addresses many security and compliance concerns with the use of public clouds. Whatever the business case, you can utilise the high performance of a private cloud and process transactions faster in a secure environment.


Organisational growth benefits of a hybrid cloud

The capability of your company to adopt new technology quickly presents a significant strength to future proof your business. The hybrid cloud enables your business to deliver products or services to the market more efficiently. The rapid delivery of technology capability is achieved without significant upfront investments, so your business can test new functionality by leveraging the vast resources of the cloud.


Cost benefits of a hybrid cloud

The hybrid cloud design offers a capital expenditure reduction due to the mix of onsite and offsite computing, which reduces your need for in-house infrastructure. Hybrid clouds are infinitely scalable and deliver the efficient use of technology resources. The advantage is that instead of paying fixed costs for you don’t always use, your prices will reflect your usage.

What can RBC Group offer your business?

At RBC Group, we make the transition to a hybrid cloud environment fast and seamless. As IT providers, we have the skills and the knowledge to create a customised IT infrastructure that maps the deployment of your organisation’s transition to the cloud.

We work collaboratively with IT leaders to create an environment where multiple stakeholders and technologies can come together as a cohesive whole. This innovative ecosystem provides the opportunity for you to exploit new business opportunities and optimise your portfolio for future business growth.

For more information on the benefits of hybrid clouds for your organisation, call us on 1300 857 164, email us at info@rbcgroup.com.au or complete the following form.