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    Colocation Costs What Your Company Needs to Know

    Posted by QuoteColo on August 16, 2020

    What Your Company Needs to Know Regarding Colocation Costs Many companies today are looking to improve their server operations with colocation. They know that it’s possible to rent space in a data center, which can help to reduce their power costs, the costs of housing their server, and more. Even when collocating, companies will often […]

  • Load Balancing Outgoing Connections

    Posted by QuoteColo on August 09, 2020

    Load Balancing Outgoing Connections One of the ways to improve the performance of a network is to learn to properly load balance the connections. With load balancing will allow you to have more control over how the network traffic is being distributed across connections with outgoing connections, which are sometimes called outbound connections. What is […]

  • Hot Aisle and Cold Aisle Data Center Containment

    Posted by QuoteColo on August 02, 2020

    Hot Aisle and Cold Aisle Data Center Containment Many data centers today utilize hot aisle and cold aisle arrangements for the server racks they contain. When you are looking for a data center to house your server, you may see information on their site that talks about these arrangements. You might be wondering what these […]

  • Examples of Augmented Reality Technology

    Posted by QuoteColo on July 26, 2020

    Examples of Augmented Reality Technology Technology is changing the world at an unbelievable rate. Just a few decades ago, few people could imagine the type of tech that we now take for granted. From having vehicles that can drive themselves to keeping computers in our pocket that can connect with anyone around the world and […]

  • Encrypting Server Disks for Windows

    Posted by QuoteColo on July 21, 2020

    Encrypting Server Disks for Windows When you are choosing a colocation service, you will likely need to move your servers from their current locations to the colocation data center. Even though this should be simple, there are certain dangers that your servers will be facing when they are being transported. Even using quality shipping methods […]