Private Cloud Computing Is Still The Most Secure Option

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Private Cloud Security Perimeter

When considering a Private Cloud, you’re essentially choosing a Dedicated Cloud option. A Private Cloud is deployed in a manner that gives a customer their own virtual or physical dedicated infrastructure — meaning that the application and customer-associated data is stored and managed in its own space or place.  A Private Cloud with a physical dedicated infrastructure delivers the highest level of data security by placing it in its own physical space. In other words, on its own dedicated hardware, free of any other users or pool of shared resources.  Security is often at the forefront of the Public Cloud provider debate. Especially when considering Government applications and customer data. Project Hosts is FedRAMP compliant. This makes the decision far easier for Federal, State and Local Government Agencies.

persoon-to-person-supportWhile a high level of security is important to many businesses, application performance and customization are two critical elements of the Public vs Private Cloud debate. Project Hosts enables organizations to harness more power from their cloud by providing advanced security, including FedRAMP, tightly integrated third-party add-on applications, cross-cloud integration, managed services for a customer’s on-premise or in-Azure deployment, along with dedicated private cloud hosting services; all backed  by Project Hosts’ renowned Person-2-Person support services.

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