Top 10 Reasons for Data Center Colocation

Today’s IT managers are no longer responsible for the day-to-day technical operations of an organization. At least, they shouldn’t be. IT managers should be strategic thinkers who guide the organization’s technological vision rather than spend time on tasks that can easily be handled by their staff. Engaging a data center colocation partner can be one of the best ways to facilitate freeing your IT resources.

Thanks to technological advancements, organizations can outsource their IT infrastructure to a managed services provider. With colocation, businesses rent different facets of a data center instead of buying them. IT managers can rent and outsource everything from servers, storage, and networking equipment to ancillary data center features, such as space, heating and cooling, and physical security.

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What You Need to Know About Disaster Recovery Planning

The term “disaster” gets tossed around rather loosely these days, but when it comes to IT operations it’s worth taking seriously. Major data loss can literally kill or cripple an organization. It can stop revenue flow and destroy customer trust. And, depending on the industry, it can create regulatory nightmares.

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