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Bring your own cloud (BYOC)
Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC), also called a private cloud, is a term used to describe the ability to use your own device as a cloud server.
The BYOC model allows users to bring their own servers, storage or other technology devices and plug them into the core infrastructure. The BYOC model also allows customers to scale their infrastructure and save money by avoiding capital expenditures on buying hardware.
With BYOC, users have complete control over their data and can choose where it is stored and how it is managed. This gives them more options than they would have with traditional IT solutions that limit the type of equipment you can use and dictate where your data goes.
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