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From Sydney to Perth, the cloud is transforming the way Australians do business. State and territory governments are grappling with cloud-first policies, while forward-thinking companies have moved intranets and email servers into the cloud. While some businesses have remained entirely on-premises, many are wondering if the benefits of a cloud approach are too great to ignore.

Gartner analysts predict that within three years, a corporate no-cloud policy will be as rare as a no-internet policy is today. They say cloud will become the default option for software deployment, and that a no-cloud policy position will be “increasingly untenable.”[1]

While the cloud offers significant benefits, many organisations are not in a position to move everything off premise. The hybrid cloud, therefore, presents a practical alternative for those that seek the security, reliability and performance of on-premises with the flexibility of the cloud.

This white paper will:

  • Outline the key benefits of adopting a hybrid cloud data solution
  • Identify and address common barriers to adoption
  • Provide practical advice for starting your hybrid cloud journey

White Paper Hybrid Data