The basics of direct cloud connectivity

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There is no doubt that we all need reliable Internet and capacity services for our business. If you have already invested in a fiber optic network, you have taken the first important step to ensure you have the speed and reliability you need for your operations. Fiber optic connections are not subject to the same strict limits found in other technologies, since light moves at a speed of 186,000 miles per second.

But it is important to remember that your Internet connection is not the only thing you need to keep your business running smoothly. If yours is like many organizations in the digital age, cloud computing is another essential aspect to consider. And if you want to take advantage of the public cloud, you will have to make other decisions when it comes to your data capacity and connectivity services.

In today’s post, we will take a closer look at direct connectivity and why those looking for superior connectivity and capacity services will want to consider this option.

How do enterprises connect to the public cloud?

There are a few different ways to connect to the public cloud. You can use a secure Internet connection, a cloud interconnection or a WAN (wide area network) connection. Each of these works in a slightly different way, but the concept shared by all is that you can use a private, dedicated connection to access a public cloud. This can provide greater security and performance for your business.

With our direct cloud connectivity services, you can use a local connection hosted in Miami or a remote connection that provides accessibility from Miami and offers the possibility of using remote data centers. This private cloud exchange connectivity also offers affordability and convenience for businesses, as it can connect to the Internet and the cloud through a single connection.

If you already have or are considering a fiber optic network, it makes sense to also have direct cloud connectivity configured for your business needs. Whatever your top priorities or concerns, we are here to help you ensure that your choice of connectivity can enable your business to thrive.

For more information about our direct connectivity or fiber optic network services, contact UFINET today.

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