Private cloud works pretty much the same as Public cloud hosting — your data is stored on servers that share the load of your digital environment: your files, applications, and infrastructure.

The difference is that your digital environment is the only data stored on those servers. Additionally, your organization is responsible for managing those servers, which can be handy when you belong to an industry that faces strict regulations, but requires that your IT department or MSP (Managed Service Provider) dedicates a substantial amount of time to managing your private cloud environment.

Other than that, private and public cloud hosting share the same technology, format, and methodology.

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