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Hybrid cloud

Hybrid cloud solutions make the most of features across platforms for a solution that fits your business.

We specialise in designing, implementing and managing your hybrid cloud environment across on-premise, Ricoh private cloud or public cloud platforms.

Managing hybrid cloud services

Our managed IT services are now available as part of our cloud offering. Wherever your workload lives, we provide best-in-class management and support capabilities across all platforms.

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Cloud consulting experts use industry-leading assessment frameworks to:

  1. Boost your business
    Hybrid solutions offer reliability, faster speeds, lower latencies, and higher security than traditional internet
  2. Extend your networks
    Extend your private network to public clouds like Microsoft Azure, Office 365 or AWS to build hybrid environments  
  3. Secure private networks
    Set up a secure private network using VPN or a dedicated connection using Azure ExpressRoute or AWS Direct Connect delivering  
  4. Create cost effective solutions
    Efficient solutions for typical hybrid scenarios, such as data migration, backup and archival, application integration, cloud storage and workload bursting  

Managed hybrid cloud: the best of both cloud worlds Build a custom solution that utilizes both private cloud and public cloud services.

Organizations should understand that hybrid cloud is not simply about connecting an arbitrary server to a public cloud provider. The private infrastructure must run some kind of cloud services or a cloud management platform for hybrid and private cloud deployments.

Assured security:

A hybrid cloud environment allows the businesses to protect all their mission critical and sensitive data in-house, in a private cloud environment, and the less-sensitive data on a public cloud. The users can instigate and manage the access control methods in order to ensure improved security.

Absolute flexibility:

A hybrid cloud environment lets the organizations customize the policies and rules so that they can protect the underlying infrastructure from any kind of hassles. This ensures the tasks are automatically assigned to private or a public cloud environment according to the exact requirement. Furthermore, it provides additional flexibility to handle the unexpected traffic surges.

On-demand scalability:

A hybrid cloud environment allows the users to scale up or down the resources so that these can respond to the unexpected break-downs and prepare for the occasional trends. This, in turn, helps the organizations achieve their desired profit level and improvise the bottom line, based on the requirements.

Smooth and swift migration:

One of the most significant features of a hybrid cloud environment is that it allows businesses to make use of different types of cloud delivery models based on their exact requirement of the specific applications and websites. Moreover, it also helps them run the different applications across various data centres, cloud models and the colocation facilities. This definitely enables the organizations to shift their ongoing applications and operations from one geographic location to another, based on their personal preferences.