What is Hybrid Hosting?

What is Hybrid Hosting Cloud hosting has steadily become a critical piece in most of today’s enterprise IT plans. Many organizations have already migrated some or all of their environments to the cloud, and the organizations that have yet to migrate, are certainly considering the move. However, not every company has the same workloads, demands or requirements as pro-cloud
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Top Benefits of Colocation Services

Top Benefits of Colocation Colocation has many benefits to IT infrastructure and Businesses. Colocation enables businesses to cut costs, increase function with smaller IT departments and allows the organization to focus on its business and customers rather than its IT infrastructure management. Additionally, colocation infrastructure is purpose-built for growth and performance. IT Infrastructure and Management: Increased Cost Savings In
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Why Colocation Supports Growth and Enables Cost Savings

Colocation Supports Growth In years past, companies have attempted to employ the use of their local space to implement micro-data centers for their businesses only to find the costs prohibitive, maintenance difficult and upgrades never-ending; perhaps even running out of space for growth. Further, the operational costs alone can be business-negative and drag down the bottom line. Colocation
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Data Center Migration: Identifying Factors

Data Center Migration Migrating IT infrastructure from one data center site to another typically isn’t on one’s wish list. Data center migration can be a complicated and elongated project even for an experienced and seasoned IT professional. While most IT leaders will only go through the process of migrating data centers once in their career, there may come
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Is Colocation a Commodity?

Is Colocation a Commodity? There’s no question about it, the evolving industry of IT continues to stretch the boundaries of our once perceived limitations and capabilities. We now live in an era where the newest technology will soon become last year’s trend. We expect that as a population, and as we continue to push the envelope on IT capabilities,
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Dedicated Servers: Physical Protection Against Breaches

biometric - handscanner - blog image Protecting against data breaches is critical for most enterprise organizations, and often the biggest challenge lies in physically securing the facility where the data is stored. Security is especially important when implementing dedicated servers because you are usually not accessing the server directly. As with reliability, it is worth doing some extra research on a
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Dedicated Servers: Name Brand vs. White Boxes

Servers Blog Image For enterprise IT leaders, storage requirements growth translates to additional complexity and escalating costs. For many, dedicated hosting is a reasonable solution, providing reliability, built-in disaster planning and recovery, security, and increased cost control. However, often over-looked when selecting a dedicated server for your organization, is the manufacturer of the equipment. It’s been well observed
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Secondary Sites: The Pursuit for Business Continuity

Business Continuity For businesses, it’s imperative to ensure the highest availability of data and uptime for both customers and employees. With the threats of unplanned outages such as natural disasters, human error, and malicious activities, many IT departments have some form of procedures in place to help mitigate any risks and downtime. The never-ending conundrum in today’s
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Caronet Announces New Peering Partnerships

Caronet Expands Already Impressive List of Peering Partnerships Charlotte, NC, June 11, 2015 – Caronet, a premier global data center and IT infrastructure solutions provider, announces an additional increase to their list of partnerships, which already includes internet giants such as Amazon, Dropbox, Facebook and Google. The new additional partnerships allow Caronet to broaden the
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