Colocation: Space, power, and cooling for your IT and network gear with physical security cages to protect your data and maintain your server room needs.

The Pros and Cons of Colocation Data Centers


Colocation data centers can provide your business a convenient and efficient way to maintain your infrastructure. Instead of investing time and money to build your own data center, you can rent space for your servers and computer hardware. This can save you a lot of headaches. As Colos Grow, Here are Some [...]

The Pros and Cons of Colocation Data Centers2019-04-23T12:51:13-07:00

State of the Colocation Data Center Market


Photo by Pixabay from Pexels There’s no mistaking that 2017 was yet another banner year concerning data center growth as a continuation from 2016 and 2018 is continues with greater momentum for both the U.S. and more so internationally. According to the latest JLL 2018 Data Center Outlook, the trends to watch include [...]

State of the Colocation Data Center Market2019-04-23T12:51:29-07:00

7 Tips for Moving Into a Colo


As colocations continue their upward trajectory, we take a look at what's involved with moving into a colo. From the consideration stage to planning and the day of the move, here's what you need to know. The Scoop on Moving into a Colo More businesses are choosing to move into a [...]

7 Tips for Moving Into a Colo2019-04-23T12:46:10-07:00

Data Center Options: Cloud vs. Colocation


Photo by Negative Space from Pexels While there are several data center options for hosting your data - from enterprise data centers to shared colocation spaces to the cloud, this week, we'll focus on cloud vs. colocation, weighing the potential benefits and drawbacks of each compared with a standard data center. [...]

Data Center Options: Cloud vs. Colocation2019-04-23T12:48:19-07:00

Things to Consider Before Moving to a Colocation


Moving to Colocation The daily maintenance of running a data center can become overwhelming. As data centers age, the physical infrastructure can become obsolete for housing the server rooms. Eventually data centers can run out of floor space, or have insufficient cooling needed for increased capacity IT equipment. Instead of building a second [...]

Things to Consider Before Moving to a Colocation2019-07-24T13:38:36-07:00
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