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Hybrid Cloud: A Software for Smarter Business
FREMONT, CA: Hybrid cloud developments have become a popular choice among enterprises today. Companies are migrating to the cloud at an increasing rate across the globe. At the forefront of this move are startups in Europe. IBM is writing a new chapter of business transformation using hybrid cloud together with those entrants. Companies across Europe are working with IBM to put the hybrid cloud infrastructure in line and accelerate future business innovations. Enterprises are now embracing the hybrid cloud approach to enable greater flexibility and application modernisation.
The age-old idea that everything would move to the public cloud is changed with IBM cloud innovations, and the cloud market has evolved to meet the needs of companies which wish to maintain on-premise systems. The mix of public and private infrastructure in a hybrid cloud environment depends on enterprise requirements. Firms with varying computing needs often do well with IBM Hybrid Cloud due to the scalability that is offered. Startups who aspire to remain agile and quickly respond to fast-changing markets are reaping benefits from IBM Cloud infrastructure. Here is a closer look at European startups and the factors which help them decide that IBM Hybrid Cloud would be the best cloud set up option for their business.
With thousands of talented candidates in the employment market, companies are looking for ways to quickly and cost-efficiently identify applicants with the best fit for a particular role. With IBM cloud, the company is able to create personality profiles that provide the human resource department with additional insights about a candidate's suitability for a given position.
The hybrid cloud market is proliferating, and its increasing popularity among European startups reflects its strength. Startups find value in IBM's open approach to cloud computing, coupled with its deep industry expertise. By choosing IBM Hybrid Cloud, entrants can do much more than just cutting costs. By tapping into new cloud-based services, they can innovate new business models and develop new services on the fly that help them differentiate from their competitors.