Posted by aionol | 19 JAN 2018

Is The Hybrid Cloud The Fourth Industrial Revolution?

In this year’s Spring Budget speech, Philip Hammond – the British Finance Minister, announced that the fourth industrial revolution is well on its way. It is evolving out of the third industrial revolution that saw the rise of automated production. Now, technologies have evolved to delve deeper into digitalising all aspects of the physical and […]

In this year’s Spring Budget speech, Philip Hammond – the British Finance Minister, announced that the fourth industrial revolution is well on its way. It is evolving out of the third industrial revolution that saw the rise of automated production. Now, technologies have evolved to delve deeper into digitalising all aspects of the physical and biological world.

The Forecast

With this fourth industrial revolution, we expect to see a rise in the use of technologies such as AI and the Internet of Things. Big Data also has established its dominance in the centre of economic life. As a result, businesses are set to transform and change the way we work.

Is The Hybrid Cloud The Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Is The Hybrid Cloud The Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Cloud Adoption

Migrating from traditional data centers and technology to the cloud is not an easy task. And it doesn’t happen at the click of a button. But if you don’t start, you’ll be left behind. The future looks ‘cloudy’.

Indeed, most businesses have already started their cloud journey, but at this stage of the technology, it is still important to partly keep legacy structures running. Furthermore, most companies are still not convinced whether the cloud really is a secure space, and they want to avoid being fully dependent on the technology.

Hybrid Clouds

That’s why hybrid cloud has become one of the most popular solutions. They give businesses the option to store data, and run applications and workloads wherever they see the appropriate infrastructure. Some might be running on in-house data centers, and others on private and public clouds. This way, business feel more comfortable regarding security, and can optimise performance and stay within budget limits.

The hybrid cloud is therefore able to combine the legacy structures with new technologies, making it such an attractive solution to the current business world.

Are you looking to join the cloud world, but don’t want to move your entire business online? Iono offers hybrid cloud solutions that fit your business needs

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