There are lots of numbers involved when migrating to the cloud. There needs to be an important choice to be taken between a managed cloud (where the vendor manages, patches, and troubleshoots your cloud surrounding) or an unmanaged cloud (where your IT department has to do that on its own). Here’s an infographic focusing on the key differences.
Managed Vs Unmanaged Cloud
Analyzing the total cost of ownership when migrating to the cloud.
The Extra Edge
A managed cloud enables businesses to spend time on strategic work instead of baseline operations like procuring and maintenance.
Saving Time over Cost
- Deploy hardware faster
- Best-in-class functionality
- Virtualization and Automation
- Brings down costs in procuring, testing, and deploying
With the flexibility for internal IT staff to focus on more value-add products, the managed cloud allows businesses to quickly react to market shifts while preparing for future demands.
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