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1. What Kind of Cloud Offering Should We Use?Depending on the degree of privacy they offer, clouds can be categorized into four subtypes, each of which offers a different level of security:
A private cloud offering is a hosted offering for just one business and a selection of its suppliers — here, a company can "privately" access its applications and data. You would choose a private cloud for data that you consider highly security-critical, such as business or financial data that would give someone insider knowledge.
A public cloud offering is a hosted solution available for multiple tenants and open to anyone who would like to participate in the offering. This is a cloud you would choose for sharing open information geared toward your own customers, such as help portals and product descriptions.
 
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A hybrid cloud offering consists of multiple internal and external providers and is geared toward specific business-to-business applications with a focus on commercial usage. Less critical applications can be run in a public cloud, whereas the more sensitive, business-critical applications can be run in a private cloud. This offering is for those looking to set up restricted marketplaces or with public invitations to tender.
A community cloud offering consists of hosted offerings for Internet communities (usually organized around a specific topic), thus easing
the information exchange. This is an offering for information sharing and decision making that enables all participants to comment on information and share additional data — by uploading files or inserting links, for instance.

 
 
 
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