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We know how challenging it can be for businesses to make a single cloud solution work for them in every situation, given how business objectives are prone to shifting over time as the economy, customer requirements and operational needs change. 

We’ve found that operating a combination of all three types of cloud services – on-premise, public and private – is, in many instances, the best long-term strategy for handling those shifting requirements with ease and aplomb.

We’ve partnered with some of the biggest names in the IT industry so that we can afford our customers the widest range of options when it comes to building or enhancing on-premise data centres that deliver those all-important core services. 

That same partner base can also supply the cloud services that are outside the operational scope of our customers’ on-premise data centres, filling those gaps with pay-as-you-use on-demand services in the public and private clouds that integrate smoothly with our clients’ own infrastructure.

For many businesses, running a hybrid cloud environment offers the best of both worlds. Hybrid environments are able to maintain compliance with legislation like the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) act by having total control over all of the data stored on their local servers, while also having the flexibility to integrate cloud services from third party providers that don’t come with an infrastructure, staffing or maintenance cost.

No matter what your business objectives are when it comes to cloud, Aptronics offers a wide range of cloud solutions that can fit any need you have.

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