Organizations don’t have to limit themselves to one cloud. In fact, using multiple clouds together to support the diverse data storage and access needs of various departments and user groups is often more beneficial for workers and IT administrators.

Multiple clouds give companies the opportunity to better protect their data. When it’s dispersed across different vendors’ clouds — and even an on-premises one — a failure in one cloud won’t shut down the whole business. That said, it can add a layer of complexity for IT administrators to manage multiple clouds. Automation and orchestration are key to keeping the workflows for cloud admins running smoothly and ensuring users’ access to the data they need to do their jobs.

Luckily, there are multi-cloud automation tools on the market to make it easy to manage multiple clouds. But admins need the skills to use the tools correctly.

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