An Updated Overview of the 4 Tiers of Data Center Classification: What You Should Know Modern companies rely on their data centers. Without adequate performance from a data center, a business could lose sales, suffer crippling downtime, and even succumb to damaging security breaches.
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.