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How to determine if cloud storage is a cost savings


Trying to assess costs for on-site vs. cloud storage can be tricky, but it must be done. IT Pro Rick Vanover shares a few insights on decision-making.

For many situations, the move to public cloud storage is a good use case to address abstraction and off-site storage. This could be for situations such as data protection, content delivery, and large file exchange. Simple cost savings with public cloud storage aren’t usually a leading discussion point however.

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