From the technical aspect


there isn’t much difference between a public and a private cloud. However, unlike the public deployment model, this one is privately owned, and thus more secure. Another name for private cloud is internal or corporate because data center architecture is constructed within a firewall, allowing access only to the party which manages it with servers hosted externally or on-premises of the user company.

Information is power and being able to keep it in a private repository, without prying eyes has numerous benefits. Risks of breaches do occur in the digital world, which is why a growing number of companies and corporations opt for a closed-type cloud.

Pros of Private Cloud


Customizable storage and network components

Data control

High security, reliability, and privacy

Protected critical mission operations

Individual development

Cons of Private Cloud


Considerable expenses

Typically suitable only for big companies