Dedicated Servers Persist as Business Adopts Hybrid Model

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Cloud computing dominates but dedicated servers better for some workloads—in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies

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Business owners need to evaluate their options and choose the right mix of cloud vs. dedicated servers for optimal results.

A NYC area IT consultant and MSP reviews the widescale adoption of cloud computing and the decline, but not elimination, of on-premise dedicated servers in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies.

The informative article discusses cloud computing trends, the advantages of cloud computing and the role that dedicated servers will play as organizations adopt a hybrid computing model. Business leaders who seek the advantages of both approaches are said to prefer that certain workloads not well-suited to the cloud remain on dedicated servers even as they move most data processing to the cloud.

“Cloud computing has many advantages, but not for every application,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “Business owners need to evaluate their options and choose the right mix of cloud vs. dedicated servers for optimal results.”

Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Dedicated Servers Persist as Business Adopts Hybrid Model.”

“Study after study shows an unmistakable trend in how organizations store and retrieve essential business data. In 2017, the pace of cloud migration accelerated, with more businesses moving data off-site and off dedicated servers. Experts predict that trend will continue in 2018 and beyond. A recent Cisco study suggests that by 2021, cloud data centers will process 94 percent of workloads.”

Advantages of Cloud Computing

“For small businesses, cloud services offer an unprecedented economy of scale. The cloud provider maintains all equipment and provides both security and expertise. For a monthly fee, businesses gain access to up-to-date technology and software, 24/7 support and a high level of business cyber-security.”

Still a Place for Dedicated Servers

“While the trend clearly leans toward the cloud, dedicated servers remain a viable option for some workloads. Dedicated servers offer control and exclusivity, which can prove important in some highly regulated industries. And because data is processed locally, on-premises servers can deliver greater processing speed.”

Implementing a Hybrid Business Solution

Choosing the best combination of options for an organization requires careful planning. Whether opting for a cloud-first or cloud-only solution or a move toward a hybrid approach, decision makers will need to carefully outline a migration path.

Partnering with experts who know the options available makes all the difference. For nearly two decades, eMazzanti has helped businesses design and implement secure cloud and on-premise IT solutions in retail, manufacturing, local government and other industries.

Related resource information:

Cloud vs. On Premises Solutions: How to Decide What’s Right For Your Business

Cloud vs. On Premises Solutions: How to Decide What’s Right For Your Business

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About eMazzanti Technologies

eMazzanti’s team of trained, certified IT experts rapidly deliver retail and payment technology, digital marketing services, cloud and mobile solutions, multi-site implementations, 24×7 outsourced network management, remote monitoring and support to increase productivity, data security and revenue growth for clients ranging from law firms to high-end global retailers.

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