OVHcloud Brings Public Cloud to Customer Sites with Its Datacentre-as-a-Service Offering
The year 2020 had an unparalleled impact on the technology environment of most organizations as they had to digitally shift their operations and enable employees to work remotely. And all organizations had to make these changes as cybersecurity threats increased and security breaches proliferated. One lesson was clear: Most organizations needed a new technology infrastructure — one that is cloud-centric, can be deployed anywhere, and is consumed as a service to avoid massive upfront capital costs.
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