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While in the meteorological world clouds tend to be fluffy, a company's private cloud features a group of very concrete complementary technologies working together to provide end-users with a set of IT services.

2nd October, 2010

While in the meteorological world clouds tend to be fluffy, a company's private cloud features a group of very concrete complementary technologies working together to provide end-users with a set of IT services.

These technologies include servers, storage devices, networking equipment, end-user terminals and a variety of management and support software to tie these hardware elements together.

The exact mix of technologies required would generally depend on the company's business objectives, according to Jason Boyle,...

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