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Colocation Offers Five Connectivity Solutions to Drive Business Growth 

Looking back at how communications technology has advanced over the years, the changes are incredible. One of the most significant developments in communication came in 1831, with the invention of the electric telegraph. The telephone…

Private Suites: Reduce Your Office Footprint With A Secure Data Center Suite

Some of the country’s leading companies are transitioning their business models, post-pandemic, to a flexible hybrid work model.  Let’s look at a few high-level examples: Ford Motor Company plans to let employees remain at home…

Enterprises Enjoy Substantial Cost Savings With Choose-Your-Own-Power Supplier Flexibility

Power Is a Critical Component of a Data Center Data centers rely on uninterrupted electrical power for just about everything within the infrastructure.  This includes power to run air handlers/cooling and ventilation systems, lighting, environmental…

Three Key Ways Colocation Facilities Provide Risk Mitigation For The Customers

Many parts of the United States are gripped by frigid temperatures and without power after massive winter storms and freezing rain, even areas that are not accustomed to severe weather. Texas received one of its…

Part V – Application and Workload Use Cases for a Hybridized Infrastructure Model

As cloud and data center usage continues to grow, it is important that IT managers understand where different types of applications are best suited.   This is especially true for organizations trying to catch up and…

Part IV – Colocation and Direct Cloud Connectivity Delivers Fortified Hybrid IT

Colocation and Direct Cloud Connectivity Delivers Fortified Hybrid IT Cloud computing has significantly altered today’s network environments; data and compute operations are no longer confined to private data centers.  Assets can be virtualized, spread across…

Part III – The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Colocation Data Center Solution

Colocation – Maintaining Physical Assets Colocation is an IT solution that focuses on utilizing and maintaining physical assets as opposed to everything being virtual assets in the cloud.  Colocation data centers rent space, the power…

Part II – The Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing

Last year, when countries around the world were forced into lockdown measures to slow the spread of Covid-19, businesses responded with immediate shifts in how they supported remote employees, ran their business, and reached their…

Part I – The Convergence of the Public Cloud and Colocation Delivers Next Level Integration

The IT Environment That Supports Your Business Is Your Digital Backbone  In today’s world, technology is the backbone of business.  No matter the organization’s size, chances are it relies heavily on IT to stay competitive…

Controlling Cloud Costs With Colocation – Managing Large Data Sets Without Breaking The Bank

A cloud-only IT infrastructure can offer your business many benefits with its ease of use, opportunities for expansion, and flexibility to adapt to your changing needs. But all of these benefits come at a cost….