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Do You Understand the Public Cloud?

A public cloud is a type of computing in which a service provider makes resources available to the public via the internet. Resources vary by provider but may include storage capabilities, applications or virtual machines. Public cloud allows for scalability and resource sharing that would not otherwise be possible for a single organization to achieve, so is often adopted by smaller businesses.

Businesses that adopt the public cloud don’t have the expensive costs of having to purchase, manage, and maintain on-premises hardware and application infrastructure. Both on-premises and private cloud users have to spend the extra money to pay for their infrastructure, deployment and maintenance.

Public cloud is the most adopted type of cloud computing.  Public clouds can be deployed faster than on-premises infrastructure, so it’s easier for a business to scale up and back as needed.

Not all public clouds are the same. Some providers don’t deliver the level of security or commitment to product improvements and innovation that you need to grow your business. That is why, 2W Tech host software on the Microsoft Azure cloud.

Microsoft Azure has the best security protocols of all public clouds. It limits downtime and exposure to threats by offering 24/7 monitoring and settling for nothing less than top notch security practices. And don’t just take our word for it, Microsoft has more certifications than any other cloud provider. Microsoft Azure has the most data centers and servers than any other cloud provider, granting users fast processing speeds and more assurance of limited downtime.

To get the most out of your public cloud experience, choose Microsoft Azure as your public cloud provider. To get the most out of Microsoft Azure, choose 2W Tech. We are a Microsoft Gold Partner and have IT Consultants on staff that specialize in Microsoft products and can assist you on your Azure cloud journey.

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