The Public Cloud

Most enterprise companies utilize the public cloud to scale on-demand IT resources, which doesn’t warrant an expansion of a physical infrastructure for IT.

For example, rather than buying physical desktop machines, companies can buy virtual desktop licenses. You can deactivate or spin-up virtual desktops in minutes. Best of all, they can be situated anywhere and be accessed instantly.

New and small businesses won’t have any trouble migrating apps to public clouds, but companies with significant legacy IT applications and infrastructures need to take a number of things into consideration during the planning process. Having said that, more enterprise companies than ever are transitioning to the public cloud and using it as an aspect of their multi-faceted plans. In doing so, they are prospering from a public cloud’s benefits while maintaining the advantages that private cloud and on-premises planning come with.