It wasn't so long ago that companies across the world relied on hardware such as floppy disks, USBs, and hard disks to carry data around physically. In today's current world, this idea is far from convenient.
Ever since the introduction of cloud computing services, the practice of physically storing data and securing it has been an alien concept. The flexibility and advanced security features of cloud computing replaced the on-premises technologies that were earlier costly or prone to virus attacks and physical damages.
There are many reasons to start your cloud journey if you haven't yet, and there's a catch. Cloud migration is an easy task, but without a proper plan and the right choice, it could end up costing you more than the profits that benefits bring.
So, if your organisation is looking for a digital transformation to the cloud, or doing its research on finding the platform to migrate to, here's your guide to understanding the main concepts and types of cloud computing: public and private clouds.