All customers of colocation services assess the location of prospective data centers. Location matters when evaluating connectivity, power costs and distribution, climate, the likelihood of natural or man-made disaster, security, proximity to IT staff, setting (suburban, rural, urban) and other … [Read more...] about Colocation Location, Why Taxes Matter
Now that you’ve made the decision to switch to colocation, it’s time to shop for the best solutions. The options for Edge computing and Edge data centers can vary from purpose-built data centers to converted telco Central Offices and computing rooms to micro deployments at the base of cell towers. … [Read more...] about Choosing a Colocation Data Center for Edge Computing
Your company has decided that internally hosting all your IT infrastructure is no longer a sustainable long-term strategy, so you may be looking for a colocation data center as an alternative. Perhaps your current data center requires expensive capital upgrades or you have limited space or power. … [Read more...] about What to Look For in a Colocation Data Center
Your company has some decisions to make around the future of your data center. Maybe your current data center can’t effectively power and cool your workloads, or you’re running out of space, or you need a Disaster Recovery site. You’re at the point where you have to decide whether or not it makes … [Read more...] about Should Your IT Stay Or Should You Colo?