Cloud computing is a technology that uses remote servers to store and manage data and accesses it via the internet. Instead of using your own computing infrastructure or data centres, you can rent cloud space that also offers other services. Today, these cloud services cover a wide range of possibilities – storage space, networking, standard office applications, use of artificial intelligence, etc. By using cloud computing services, you also avoid the costs of maintaining your own infrastructure. There are several models of cloud computing. 

Depending on your requirements and needs, we can help you define your cloud strategy and transition to it.


A private cloud is a cloud computing environment dedicated to a single customer. It combines the benefits of cloud computing with the security and control of an on-premises IT infrastructure. Also, all hardware and software resources are dedicated to and accessible only by a single customer. The private cloud is suitable for companies dealing with confidential documents, intellectual property, personal data, medical records, financial data or other sensitive data, as the services are available exclusively to the company using the private cloud, compared to the public cloud. The benefits of using a private cloud include:
      1. Full control over the choice of hardware and software
      2. Freedom to customise the hardware and software in any way you wish
      3. Greater transparency on security and access control
      4. Compliance with regulatory standards

Public cloud

The public cloud is a type of cloud computing in which a service provider creates computing resources, including applications, software, virtual machines, servers, etc. for all users of the public internet. These resources can be made available free of charge or access can be sold through subscription or pay-per-use pricing models. Service providers take responsibility for maintaining the hardware and infrastructure and provide high bandwidth network connections for fast access to applications and data. The benefits of using a public cloud include:
      1. Flexibility and elasticity - the ability to scale up capacity instantly or automatically
      2. Avoiding IT infrastructure maintenance costs and predictable operating costs
      3. Unlimited access to specific resources available from the cloud provider


Hybrid clouds combine public and private cloud services. The result is a unified and scalable distributed computing environment in which an organisation can run its traditional or cloud-native activities and services. It allows data and applications to be shared and moved between private and public clouds within the enterprise. It brings greater flexibility to the enterprise and helps to optimise existing infrastructure, security and compliance. The benefits of using a hybrid cloud include:
      1. Security and regulatory compliance
      2. Flexibility and resilience
      3. Rapid deployment of new technology
      4. Resource optimisation and cost savings