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Hybrid Cloud

To talk cloud, is to talk infrastructure

Accelerate your competitiveness with a balanced hybrid cloud setup​

New digital opportunities are all cloud-based. But capitalizing on the wealth of solutions takes a hybrid setup neatly balancing cloud with legacy systems, governance measures and security.​

At NNIT, we can help you design and integrate a hybrid setup that supports your business without compromising your organization.

Seize new opportunities, fast and easily

Our focus with cloud is creating a setup that allows you to grasp any new opportunity that may appear, fast and easily.

Our experienced cloud architects can help you find the right balance between cloud and existing solutions, no matter where you are on your cloud journey. With in-house experts in all related fields, from migration to cybersecurity, we ensure you avoid any pitfall on the way to the cloud.


At NNIT we define ‘Hybrid’ as the combination of Classical IT and Digital Services (including Cloud) in a multi-partner setup.

Hybrid also describes the situation where enterprises mix ‘n’ match various cloud services across IaaS, PaaS and SaaS.

Regardless of the combination, NNIT is here to plan, optimize ad operate your journey to the cloud and digital services at large. With respect for - and deep knowledge of - the legacy and classical IT needs that all enterprises are faced with.

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Hybrid Cloud "From Legacy to Cloud"

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Digital transformation is a prerequisite for survival in the vast majority of industries - and the effects of rapid technological advances can be felt all the way to the core of a company's business.

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Being the CIO can be a difficult balancing act. Learn how to maintain and operate existing IT infrastructure and business applications while also supporting the digital transformation your Line of Business (LoB) requires to stay competitive.

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To be the disrupter instead of the disrupted, your business needs an all-encompassing digital transformation. This means that the classic CIO role of operations is becoming extinct. These days, the CIO needs to be more deeply involved in the business.

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Let your systems analyze, interpret and present data so you and your colleagues can make informed business decisions.

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Digital transformation is not "just" an IT project, and neither should it be born and bred in the IT department. Digital transformation reaches into all areas of the business, and this is why it is crucial for successful transformation that top management is at the forefront of the digital project.

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While it may not make sense for all your IT to be in the cloud, some of it definitely should. Here are 7 good reasons why.

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Cloud computing has facilitated scaling and maintenance, minimized the company’s hardware costs, and optimized everything from development, testing, and implementation to administration and operation.

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