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Why a Hybrid Approach to Cloud Computing Works Best for Now

January 18, 2012 No Comments

Call it one of the most expensive insurance policies in the world. Companies have spent billions of dollars over the years building and maintaining  backup disk arrays and secondary data centers to keep things running in the event that something goes wrong.

Cloud turns backup and recovery on its head, making it possible to provision back-up sites as needed, for pennies. Ironically, however, this goes against the gut instincts of many IT executives, who spend a lot of time worrying about data security and availability.

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