The transition to cloud computing continues to be a strategic priority for the U.S. government. Increased collaboration, greater efficiencies, scalable data storage – all are tangible benefits of the shift to the cloud. But not all cloud solutions are created equal. Cloud computing encompasses a range of types and architecture models. Each is tailored for a specific use case, taking into consideration the inherent risk-tolerance for data loss or compromise. What’s the difference between public, private, hybrid, and community clouds? Let’s find out.