The latest in industry trends based on cloud, colocation, data centers, interconnectivity, security & compliance, and sustainability.
Colocation data centers provide a wide range of services and advantages to organizations looking to unburden themselves from the expense and hassle of maintaining their own private data infrastructure.
Video is becoming increasingly popular among consumers and, therefore, among brands who want to market to those consumers.
Use this checklist to help protect your investment, mitigate potential risk and minimize downtime during your data center migration.
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have long been a concern among cybersecurity experts, but they’ve gained more prominence in recent years as the frequency and intensity of these attacks have grown. According to a report by NetScout Arbor, the total number of attacks increased from 6.8 million in 2016 to 7.5 million in 2017, with 60% of organizations surveyed across enterprise, government, and education sectors reporting between one to ten attacks. At the opposite extreme, 13% reported more than 100 attacks over a 12 month period.
Data centers have become an indispensable part of modern computing infrastructures. With more and more organizations turning to them for colocation services, cloud solutions, and compliance assurances, it’s no surprise that the number of data centers is expected to grow significantly within the next two to five years. With so many new data centers on the horizon, it’s worth thinking about the energy demands of these facilities. The simple truth of the matter is that data centers consume a lot of power.
The modern data center is an incredibly complex system. Between managing equipment, maintaining networks, regulating energy and environmental controls, and providing both physical and cyber security, the data center faces a wide array of challenges in a typical day.
Cloud-based data centers are undoubtedly becoming more prominent in the tech sector.