What is a Private Cloud?
A Private Cloud is a set of hardware, networking, storage, services, applications, and interfaces owned and operated by an business for the use of its employees, partners, and customers. A private cloud can also be created and managed by a third party for the exclusive use of one business.
The private cloud is a highly controlled environment not open for public consumption. Thus, a private cloud sits behind a firewall. The private cloud is highly automated with a focus on governance, security, and compliance.
Unlike a traditional data center solution, a private cloud solution uses hypervisor technology solutions such as Hyper-V, VMware or open source KVM, to consolidate and virtualize client workloads into more efficient hardware.
With Konect Center, IT can create and manage any required virtual machines, as well as 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 throughout their business, whether onsite or off-premise.
Users 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 the business to embrace virtualization and maintain visibility and control over their company resources.