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    December 22, 2016 - Alexander Vo

    The Twelve Types Of Servers Before Christmas

     

     Servers may “serve” nothing more than a computer that supplies data and applications used by clients. This holiday season we’re breaking down servers (not literally) in case you are interested in what they can offer you in 2017.  Every network is built off a series of elements. For example, a typical LAN (Local Area Network) […]

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  • December 16, 2016 - Alexander Vo

    The “Smart” Solution for Rack Level Security

     

     When it comes to securing your IT assets in a data center, protection begins at the front door and continues all the way to the cabinet space. Learn how rack level security can protect your intellectual property from unwanted access. With the expansion of cloud services, we’re seeing an exponential growth in electronic data and […]

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  • December 9, 2016 - Alexander Vo

    Top 5 Reasons for Colocation

     

     Most companies today are used to having their data centers close to their office. As they grow and begin using the internet more and more, many may realize they need to cut costs just to ensure their data is secured either from a ticking box point of view (industry compliance) or just from a real […]

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     Colocation can be an excellent option for companies looking to manage their infrastructure. For the uninitiated, however, data center (DC) jargon can be a real doozy. Look no further as we’ll explain some of the basic DC-talk to help you look and sound like a true expert. Short answer: they’re all units of measurements for describing a […]

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  • November 22, 2016 - Alexander Vo

    Colocation Conundrums: Should I Colo or Solo?

     

     As applications shift to the cloud, new data continues to expand, and as users/customers/clients become more mobile, businesses will need to evolve their data center strategy to keep up with the trends. Data centers are an important part of an enterprise strategy these days. The problem with many businesses is they want this: But what […]

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  • November 18, 2016 - Alexander Vo

    Why You Should Dump Colocation And Move To The Cloud

     

     We’re not advocating renting data center space is some sort of remnant model of the past, if it works for you, great. However, take this time to contemplate on how you are running your business and what you’d like to improve. When was the last time you had to buy new hardware because one of […]

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     IT strategists and CIOs are in influential positions to deliver high-impact investments for businesses by 2017. It’s no shocker that forward-thinking organizations want to be very fast and as 2016 is nearly over we figured it was time to recap on some of the important trends this year has brought to the cloud industry, but most […]

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  • Future of Cloud IaaS

    August 18, 2016 - Alexander Vo

    A Bright Future For Cloud IaaS

     

     You’ll find it in healthcare, finance, construction, even in our legal offices. It’s helping to outperform every other competitor in the same marketplace year in, year out. But you won’t see it. What is it you might ask? It’s cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), the invisible right hand behind many successful companies. The ever-expanding […]

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  • July 15, 2016 - Jesse Jones

    How cloud backup works

     

     Gone are the days that the businesses had to install expensive servers and store their important data, modern businesses hugely rely on cloud backup system. Compared to the huge initial investments companies had to make on server equipment, cloud backup is a significantly affordable alternative. What exactly is cloud backup? In simplest terms, cloud backup […]

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     Power outages got your business facing downtime? Learn how the cloud can brighten you up. Let’s run through a common scenario many businesses might face during typical power outages. You walk into work today and unfortunately there’s no power in the building. The phones are dead, office refrigerator becomes a free-for-all, and the internet has gone kaput. Essentially, your […]

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