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Hybrid IT is an enterprise computing approach that runs existing in-house IT infrastructure alongside public cloud services for various enterprise workload and data needs.
For many organizations, a hybrid IT approach is the new reality as business becomes increasingly digital and cloud technologies continue to grow at a rapid rate. But not all organizations can jump fully into the cloud. Hybrid IT is often used as a strategy to support specific business outcomes.
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There are many reasons—from cost to security—for choosing to keep certain things in-house. A hybrid IT strategy provides the flexibility to do so while leveraging the public cloud for things that make sense for the business.
With hybrid IT, businesses can use the cloud to supplement on-premises resources, gaining much-needed scalability and agility without having to invest in additional capital infrastructure or get rid of legacy investments. Hybrid IT also allows organizations to choose where they store data depending on preference or regulatory and compliance requirements.
Organizations may seek a hybrid IT approach if:
While hybrid IT is an appealing choice, it also brings some new challenges. With workloads, apps, and data spread out across locations, clouds, and public and private infrastructures, hybrid IT inevitably makes things more complicated. It’s more important than ever that IT maintain visibility, control, and security of their hybrid IT environment.
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Organizations looking to embrace a hybrid IT model can choose from a range of options with Citrix. Whether you need to enhance IT security or deploy desktop as a service (DaaS) solutions, Citrix provides everything you need to embrace the cloud at the pace that works best for your business.