Category Archives: Colocation

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Make Cost Savings Part of Your Data Center Build or Buy Decision

Significant cost savings can be realized when building or leasing in a high-density environment versus maintaining IT equipment in a low-density environment.

For Colocation, Data Center Location Matters

To deliver the data center as a service at scale, IO meticulously selects data center campuses that are strategically located outside FEMA flood zones, even in coastal regions with hurricane exposure.

How Data Center as a Service @scale Enables Digital Transformation

By year end 2017, over 70% of the Global 500 will have dedicated digital transformation/innovation teams

Build vs Buy: The Case for Colocation

IDC predicts that, by 2017, 60% of the datacenter-based IT assets that organizations rely on to conduct business and deliver services will be in colocation, hosting, and cloud data centers.

12 Questions to Ask a Potential Colocation Provider about Data Center Security

Doing your own due diligence is perhaps the most important piece of your data center security strategy.

How One Fast-Growing University Tamed the Digital Dragon

Today’s organizations recognize that they need to balance their limited resources with their highest value organizational data.

Colocation as a Data Center Security Strategy

Can colocation be secure? With threats occurring all too frequently, it’s an important question to ask if you’re considering whether to keep your data center in-house or outsource data center services to a colocation provider.

Gartner Study Recommends Multicloud Approach for Enterprise IT

The last ten years have brought big changes to data centers and how they’re designed and run. Where once most data centers were enterprise-owned, today’s data center services may be on-premises, co-located, or in the cloud. 

Do or Die: Company-Owned Data Centers Face Extinction

Company-owned data centers are nearing extinction. While it won’t happen overnight or even this year, their long and arduous demise has begun.