Effective date : The present technology mainly relates to methods for localizing a user and, in particular, to a method and system for determining a user's location based on the exchange of data between a user and a network service. A typical user has many available communication devices for accessing the Internet, which he uses to obtain the necessary information and content. Such communication devices include, for example, but are not limited to, desktop computers, laptop computers, smartphones, and tablets. Various network sites and services offer thousands of different tools to potentially achieve user goals.
What are the benefits of hybrid cloud?
Are there regulatory issues with using a hybrid cloud model?
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A hybrid cloud—sometimes called a cloud hybrid—is a computing environment that combines an on-premises datacenter also called a private cloud with a public cloud , allowing data and applications to be shared between them. It also allows them to avoid the time and cost of purchasing, installing, and maintaining new servers that they may not always need. For industries that work with highly sensitive data, such as banking, finance, government, and healthcare, hybrid may be their best cloud option. For example, some regulated industries require certain types of data to be stored on-premises while allowing less sensitive data to be stored on the cloud. In this kind of hybrid cloud architecture, organizations gain the flexibility of the public cloud for less regulated computing tasks, while still meeting their industry requirements.