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  • What Are Some Limitations of Cloud Infrastructures

    Last Updated: October 19, 2019

    Cloud infrastructures have become popular in recent years, and while it is true that they have a lot of potential and are useful, there are also some problems and limitations that can come from using them. Instead of merely choosing a cloud infrastructure for your business, you might want to consider the benefits that colocation […]

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    Colocation Centers Are Bucking the Cloud Data Center Trend

    Last Updated: September 29, 2019

      The workloads for data centers have more and more stress being put on them year after year as more data needs to be stored. It also needs to be easy to access. Many companies have been choosing to move to the cloud for their data needs. However, this is certainly not the only option, […]

  • What are the Main Differences Between a Dedicated Server and a Cloud Server?

    Last Updated: August 01, 2018

    Often, if you are running a startup, you have two hosting options that are readily available: dedicated servers or cloud servers. As more businesses are moving online, the number of solutions goes up all the time. This is a good thing, overall, but it can be complicated to someone who is choosing between the options. […]

  • Compliance vs. Security in the Private Cloud

    Last Updated: March 12, 2018

    There is a common misconception when dealing with the private cloud, and in other places as well, that compliance and security are the same things. The truth is that these are two very different things and they play vastly different roles in both your cloud and your internal environment. What cybersecurity does is protect your […]

  • Enterprise Agreements vs. Private Cloud Solutions Providers

    Last Updated: March 09, 2018

    Anyone who is in the market for a solution on the cloud has likely heard about Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement (EA). Network World notes that EA’s are “designed for companies with 250 seats or above, who want to standardize their Microsoft products, have the rights for the most current version of the software, and only want […]