Colocation, hosting and outsourcing management

A colocation (colo) is a data center facility in which a business can rent space for servers and other computing hardware. See complete definition.

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  • How to blend on-premises IT with the cloud

    Most businesses have existing on-premises technologies up and running, and they aren't in a rush to move entirely to the cloud. This means data center teams are increasingly asked to manage IT resources that are located partly on premises and ... Continue Reading

  • Future-proof your colo data center choice

    Figure out which colo data center will meet your current and future needs. Be sure to take into account power draw, cost, security and additional services. Continue Reading

  • Windows workloads leap to cloud

    Regardless of hype, there are quite a few areas where cloud remains very much a work in progress. Take cloud bursting. This has long been IT's holy grail for cloud -- the ability to seamlessly expand capacity constrained workloads to outside of your... Continue Reading

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