Organizations have recently begun to warm up to enterprise cloud solutions as the cloud becomes more advanced and adapts to an array of emerging needs. The private cloud has evolved as a popular choice for many businesses as they seek to establish a more secure platform that will continue to host applications and other functions to simplify users' daily tasks.

Privacy and data breaches are major concerns for companies across all industries, making private cloud a more agreeable choice for many decision makers. TechRepublic contributor Mary Shacklett noted that because many IT departments have had control over data for years, the private cloud gives them the data governance they want while also satisfying other regulations. This will help meet security compliance standards and give users a platform where they can safely access resources to boost their performance.

"The truth is, we all understand that cloud is here to stay and that it will continue to make inroads into data centers and IT infrastructure," Shacklett wrote. "But what we don't know is where the inevitable 'pushbacks' are going to occur down the road."

Enterprise-class cloud computing has numerous benefits for adopters. According to TechTarget, the rapid workload deployment and dynamic scalability will offset some of the expenses for necessary virtualization and software. The organization can also better control its costs by only investing in licenses needed immediately, as others can be purchased further down the road. The benefits outweigh the upfront operational expenses, making the cloud a valuable tool when successfully deployed.

Private cloud solutions have become a definitive favorite across enterprises due to the variety of capabilities and built-in security measures. Organizations can maintain their governance over their sensitive information and ensure that the appropriate authorization protocols are followed to mitigate potential breaches.