How MSPs Can Improve Uptime Reliability

When it comes to optimizing uptime, managed services providers (MSPs) are fighting two battles — meeting customer expectations for network availability and managing requirements for application integration, speed and security. And given the high costs of outages, MSPs are ... MORE »

Four Challenges to Uptime for Managed Service Providers

The managed services sector is growing rapidly. Research and Markets has projected the market to accumulate over $240 billion by 2021, with key segments like software-as-a-service (SaaS) and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) expected to generate well over $30 billion individually in ... MORE »

How Redundancy and DDoS Protection Keep Your Data Center and Business Connected

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks has become a part of life for American business. Is it Russian hackers or just some bored kid in his bedroom? If you are a Network Administrator, CIO, or anyone concerned about the ... MORE »

How ISO 27001 Improves Data Security and Business Performance

ISO 27001 is an information security international standard. The framework provides a powerful way for companies to protect their data as well as providing other benefits. “ISO 27001 is the only auditable international standard that defines the requirements to ... MORE »

Peace of Mind While the Storm Rages Outside

Hurricane season is well underway and many of us have memories of the destruction they can cause for friends and family. It’s comforting to know that while the storm rages outside, your applications and data will be protected. Most companies ... MORE »

Density At Scale: Balancing Cost and Quality

Companies are betting on colocation. According to Forbes, the global colocation data center market will be worth $36 billion by 2017, which represents a 58 percent increase over 2015. Part of the reason for this shift comes down to ... MORE »

Why Scalable Density Makes a Difference

The average data center in the United States is over 11 years old and is having challenges handling the power and cooling requirements of high-density systems. This leaves data center owners (and their colocation customers) with a short (and ... MORE »

Going Dark — When Data Centers Flip the Switch

What would happen if your data center went dark? Most companies don\'t want to think about this possibility, let alone flip the switch and see what happens when the lights go out. It might be worthwhile. According to Computer World, ... MORE »

The “Super-Mega 15kW Data Center”: Finding Common Words For Better Clarity

As buyers, we regularly hear marketing terminology like “mega”, “massive”, “large”, and more. When it comes to data centers, what do these terms really mean? How does a “mega” data center differ from a large one? When we don’t have ... MORE »

Data Center Management: Measure Twice, Provision Once

How much does your data center really cost? As noted by Tech Target, recent changes in the market have created a host of new metrics, many of which can significantly impact your bottom line. To make the most of ... MORE »


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