The Benefits Of A Private Cloud


All options in cloud-based solutions are secure and offer virtually 100% uptime for websites, apps, and other cloud-based software. Clouds are also ideal for storing large amounts of data and handling heavy automated workloads for a business.

Choosing a private cloud means the business is the sole user of that set of servers and resources. In a public cloud, multiple businesses use the servers and the resources, but the capacity for the system eliminates the problems with shared physical or virtual servers.

The option to use a private cloud provides the business with the ability to customize all aspects of the computing environment. The cloud infrastructure and architecture are designed specifically for the needs of the business. While some level of customization is available with a public cloud, the private cloud offers complete customization.

Cost Savings

The public cloud is often assumed to be the lowest cost, but this is simply not the case for businesses requiring additional resources, system control, and security. In migrating to the private cloud, a business can complete a one-time infrastructure setup and then continue to grow without the need for additional costs.


In addition to the security infrastructure offered in the cloud, a private cloud has specific servers and equipment that are dedicated to the user. This adds layer of security, including access to the actual servers in data centers.

For businesses requiring HIPPA compliance, banking, and financial security protocols, or those using PCI (Payment Card Industry) technology, a private cloud is the ideal solution.

Web Werks offers public, hybrid, and private cloud solutions, including specialized private clouds for HIPPA, PCI, and financial requirements. To find out more, see us online at

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Author: Kendrick Wilkes

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