3 Hacks For Building A Successful Hybrid Cloud

Enterprise architecture is increasingly reliant on the hybrid cloud.  For some companies, this may mean leveraging the convenience and cost effectiveness of the public cloud but regulatory demands demand inclusion of a private cloud. Hybrid solutions can carry nuances lacking in public or private cloud system alone. Businesses need to consider several things carefully to…

Data center trends in 2016

5 Trends Shaping the Future of Data Center in 2016

It could be argued that 2016 will be one of the most challenging years for data centers. The exponential growth in computing power will require data centers to restructure how they store, manage, and process data while businesses will request prompt response to ever-changing requirements. Data center facilities must step out of their comfort zones…

Data Center colocation

5 Crucial Factors to Consider When Choosing a Data Center Colocation Provider

The growing demands on any company’s IT infrastructure, as well as the operating costs, makes it difficult for in-house data centers to keep pace. Including colocation into your IT strategy eliminates the high costs of building and maintaining your own data center. However, you need to choose your data center colocation provider carefully, as services…

Data Center Colocation

Owning a Data Center vs. Buying Colocation Services: Decisions for the Enterprise

Traditionally, companies build new data center space to accommodate their IT growth, however, this approach is costly as organizations take on high capital expenditure for infrastructure and data center equipment, and often overbuild and overspend to accommodate future growth. There are other opportunity costs associated with a lengthy planning and construction process as well. On…