By either installing servers on site at your facility that any employee can access or by having your storage and processes hosted in our data center, a private cloud is just that: private.
You may be aware of services like Azure or AWS where cloud tools are provided by massive companies like Microsoft or Amazon. In this setup, cloud storage space is essentially shared between multiple organizations and individuals. Your organization’s information is kept separate, of course, but generally these are closer to plug-and-play solutions.
With a private cloud, on the other hand, hosting and management is left up to The Millennium Group where we can customize the infrastructure to your particular security and productivity needs.
A hybrid cloud solution combines private cloud hosting and service from The Millennium Group with the rapid scalability features of Microsoft Azure of Amazon Web Services. The team at The Millennium Group will carefully consult with your organization to determine which services are best kept on a private cloud and which are appropriate for the usability of public clouds.
Both setups have their own advantages and disadvantages, but a hybrid solution allows you to leverage the best of both worlds. For end users like your employees, all of these systems can easily be integrated together and with your processes to ensure minimal difficulty during adoption.