Plan a successful data center migration to ensure your business data is secure and your infrastructure is up to date. More businesses continue to choose data center colocation to increase data center security, make maintenance easier and decrease costs and labor of in-house systems management. While migrating to a colocation center might seem like an easy choice, knowing how and when can often be confusing. Learn more about the process and follow our tips for creating your own data center migration project plan.
A network operation center (NOC) is the heart of your data, responsible for data processing, digital distribution, handling financial and proprietary information, and the overall user experience. As a vital piece of your company's infrastructure, how the NOC services are managed for your company matters a great deal. Most organizations will need to choose between self-managing onsite NOC services, or network operation centers as a service (NOCaaS) in a data colocation center. Learn more about your organization options now.
We hope your holidays were filled with joy and that you’re ready for 2020. As we embark on the new year, we’d like to take a moment and reflect on key accomplishments from 2019. Last year, we worked on more than 600 projects - below are 10 notable accomplishments worth sharing:
Quality data center security cages keep your information from running wild. While it's true that your servers won't simply up and walk away, security cages can prevent a serious security breach. The last thing your company wants is private consumer or proprietary information running freely along the information superhighway. For that reason, you'll want to choose quality security cages when choosing a location for your servers.
We hope your holidays were filled with joy and that you’re ready for the adventures ahead. As we embark on the New Year, we’d like to take a moment and reflect on 2018. Our team is very grateful to work with so many fantastic clients and suppliers. In 2018, we worked on more than 700 projects - below are nine notable accomplishments worthy of sharing:
Improve Network Performance and Architecture with Ease, Scalability, and Security Software-defined wide-area network, or SD-WAN, is a technology that is fundamentally changing enterprises’ approach to networking while driving a successful and scalable digital transformation strategy in the cloud.
The IT Executive's Dilemma
The right Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) provider can transform your customer service experience.
The key to a company’s survival and growth is its ability to provide excellent customer service. Some of the world’s most influential companies, such as Amazon and Apple, have thrived by building a customer-obsessed culture, working from the customer-backward, and offering top-notch customer experiences throughout the customer engagement.
Sleep Soundly with a Solid Disaster Recovery Solution in Place You wake up in a cold sweat during what should be a peaceful night’s sleep – your white noise machine sings sweet lullabies of waves crashing on the shore; the temperature in your room is a crisp 65 degrees. But your mind is racing, and you just know something’s amiss.
For most businesses, the success of your company depends heavily on your network and IT systems operating properly. To ensure stability, functionality, and security, it’s critical to have a highly capable resource continuously monitoring your systems, 365 x 24 x 7. Outsourcing Network Operation Centers (NOC) can help organizations of all sizes to monitor, measure, secure, and analyze their mission critical data, along with supporting micro-services, managing the network, and more efficiently run business applications.
Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) has grown from a niche solution to a crucial cloud application due to the cost savings and increased protection of digital assets. Managing production data is tough enough. DRaaS solutions help users avoid doubling that effort for backup workloads. That is one reason why DRaaS demand is growing at a 30% to 60% annual rate, though we think that rate is only going to accelerate as threats to data continue to be pervasive.