Like most versions of cloud environments, a public cloud infrastructure will provide greater mobility, new collaboration tools, and secure backup options. Unlike private clouds, you can expect lower operating costs, little to no maintenance fees, and simple scalability for your changing needs. All of those benefits come from the fact that your public cloud resources are owned and managed by third-party vendors.
This means the cost for hardware, software, and maintenance falls on them. Figuring out which cloud option is right for your business takes a keen eye and a balancing out of what is most critical for your company.
For example, not owning the hardware means fewer expenses, but it also means less management control over your cloud environment. The Millennium Group is here to help educate you on these decisions and recommend the best choice for your organization.
Getting to know your business and its operations is a critical part of cloud-based services. You might not care about customizability and be more interested in the high reliability that comes with a massive network that several public cloud vendors come with. TMGC will get to know your requirements, be there to develop your cloud solution, and help you migrate your services.