Of all of the possible benefits of a private cloud infrastructure, one of the most valuable is flexibility. With a properly designed private cloud infrastructure, the data center environment can fluidly shift with the business. This allows new applications to be deployed to meet business demands as they’re identified, and legacy applications to be removed when the value is no longer recognized. To see the full article visit: http://www.networkcomputing.com/private-cloud/240002196
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