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How Cloud Connectivity Neutralizes Cloud Migration Challenges

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An ever-increasing number of organizations are moving business-critical applications out of the data center and into the cloud, seeking to capitalize on benefits including scalability with new technologies, reduced cost of ownership and security improvements. But many companies remain reluctant to shift all their apps to the cloud, citing concerns like data vulnerability and disruption to day-to-day operations. Cloud connectivity is the answer to those concerns: It eliminates the burdens of cloud migration, giving organizations the option to privately and securely interconnect sites and cloud providers in minutes, minus the need for any physical infrastructure.

Takeaways for Your Business

Read this report to discover:

  • Why multicloud interconnects not only make migration between on-premises networks and various cloud platforms much easier, but also facilitate the hybrid co-existence that must be maintained during transition
  • How multicloud interconnect creates a truly private network between the corporate client and all connected cloud services providers
  • What issues your organization must consider to ensure the most cost-efficient, secure and resilient transport paths for its data

About the Author

Howard M. Cohen as more than 35 years of IT channel executive experience and now consults, present and writes extensively on IT topics including virtualization, infrastructure, cloud, security, communications, leadership and management for the channel and end users. He has written for Channel Partners, Channel Futures, VARBusiness, Redmond Channel Partner, eWeek, Microsoft, Citrix, Cisco, IBM, Xerox, CA, Dell, Verisign, Ingram Micro, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers and many top solution providers. Cohen has served on many key vendor partner councils including the Apple, HP. IBM and NEC Service Advisory Councils and the Ingram Micro Service Network board, and has served as a U.S. Board member, National Communications Chair — and Eastern Regional Chair — of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners.


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