Cloud – The Future of IT Systems

Chris Grundemann

VP, Client Success

Cloud | Computing | Design | Servers | Storage | Virtualization

The public cloud provides unparalleled flexibility in how resources are provisioned, consumed, and recovered – spurring rapid adoption. Workload placement should be based on organizational requirements and not infrastructure limitations. The elasticity, self-service automation, and cost savings of using Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is achievable through both public and private cloud infrastructure. You should be able to place workloads in the environment that best suits their needs without sacrificing efficiency or experience, and have the ability to shift workloads seamlessly between public and private cloud offerings as their needs evolve. Hybrid cloud is the answer.