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A private cloud is a type of cloud computing that delivers services to users on demand, like a public cloud, but is operated by a single organization. Private clouds offer the benefits of both public and private clouds, while maintaining control over infrastructure. Private clouds are used to store sensitive data and to meet compliance requirements.
Private clouds provide more flexibility than traditional IT solutions, allowing organizations to scale up or down quickly with little downtime or disruption. Users can choose which applications are available on their device at any given time and can access them from anywhere as long as they have an Internet connection.
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