Which Cloud Service is right for you?

    October 26, 2017

    By Sungard AS

    Private on-premise, private hosted, public  of shared and hybrid. These are just some of the varieties of cloud service on the market today, all very different. Choosing the right type of cloud model is critical but how can organizations ensure they choose the right one?

    Sungard has created a chart which gives you an at-a-glance view of the pros and cons of each service but the most important point is that when you choose Sungard Availability Services as your cloud partner, expert cloud consultancy comes as standard. We appreciate that with a multitude of potential IT configurations, each customer's circumstances are unique. Our experienced consultants will work closely with you to understand your particular challenges and IT infrastructure while assessing its suitability for virtualization. They will present all the options and provide the professional advice you need to make an informed decision on the future shape of your IT.

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