What is a Hybrid Cloud?
A Hybrid Cloud is a combination of a private cloud combined with the use of public cloud services where one or several touch points exist between the environments. The goal is to combine services and data from the varying cloud models to create a unified, automated, and well-managed computing environment, where the private and public services are used together to create value.
The Konect Center provides an integrated cloud service where, from a single management pane, a partner or business can manage both their private and public cloud workloads.
Small businesses can design and publish any number of user workspaces quickly and easily; each with their own mix of applications, desktops, data, mobility and networking services to meet the needs of each user or a specific business, whether onsite or off-premise.
Partners and small businesses have the ability to embrace mobility and BYOD without compromising on performance or security, giving users the ability to work effectively and efficiently from anywhere , anytime, on almost any device, while enabling a business to maintain visibility and control over their company resources.