What is Hybrid Cloud? The term “hybrid cloud” refers to a combination of a public cloud like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and a private environment, such as a private cloud or on-premises resources, that remain separate entities but are linked together to provide the benefits of several deployment types. In other words, a …
This post was updated to reflect current trends and information. EDI communication, although it may still have a bad rep for being too complex and expensive, is growing in popularity amongst businesses. It still remains to be the best and most secure method of exchanging electronic information between Trading Partners. Does it have to be …
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