Cloud Subscriptions as the Key to a Hybrid Workplace

In recent years, a service that no user of modern working tools can do without today – cloud technology – has been confidently making its way through the IT sector. The cloud hovers over almost everything, whether it’s backing up data, sharing files or providing storage and computing capacity. A wave of lockdowns has enhanced the ubiquity of cloud, employees sent to home offices and granted a vital role in flexible collaboration tools. Gartner even estimates that end-users will spend 23% more on public cloud this year than last year, up from $270 billion to $332.3 billion.

Three types of cloud

“Technology in the clouds” attracts its customers mainly because of its almost unlimited availability. Moving services to a virtual environment ensures that they are available 24/7, which is common to all cloud models. Companies typically choose between three types of clouds:

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