What is a hybrid cloud? – Syneto Vocabulary

Reading time: 2 minutesWhat is a hybrid cloud? – Syneto Vocabulary Because data matters to your company, it is important to understand where this data is stored and how it can be accessed. While both the private cloud and the public cloud are popular choices, a third type of “cloud” is becoming increasingly popular: the hybrid cloud. This Syneto Vocabulary post tries to define what the hybrid cloud is. What is a hybrid …

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What is a public cloud? – Syneto Vocabulary

Reading time: 1 minuteYour data is probably stored and managed on some kind of cloud architecture. Is this a private cloud, public cloud or a hybrid cloud? What is the difference? If you are confused about these cloud-related terms, don’t worry – our Syneto Vocabulary covers them. This article talks about what the public cloud is.What is a public cloud?A public cloud is a type of cloud architecture that is offered by third-party …

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What is a private cloud? – Syneto Vocabulary  

Reading time: 2 minutesPrivate cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud. Your company’s data can be found in some kind of cloud. What are the differences between the different types of clouds? These words are part of our Syneto Vocabulary and we are here to explain them in a simple way. This article answers the following question: what is a private cloud?What is a private cloud?A private cloud is a type of cloud architecture that …

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The highlights of 2019: A Syneto Year in Review

Reading time: 3 minutesThe end of the year is almost here – and 2019 happened so fast! It’s been another busy and amazing year for our team. From launching new products, to helping our customers understand how they can solve their IT challenges – we have been involved in many intense and rewarding activities. But there’s always room for improvement. And to be able to improve in 2020, we thought we’d first have …

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What is a zero-day vulnerability? – Syneto Vocabulary

Reading time: 2 minutesWith all businesses relying on some kind of IT system to conduct their operations, exploiting IT vulnerabilities can be in itself a “lucrative” business. We’ve spoken about the threat of ransomware before, as well as about the idea of achieving ransomware immunity. But what about other vulnerabilities? A “zero-day, for example,” is one of those opportunities that hackers look for. But what exactly is a zero-day and what can you …

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