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  • The 6 Most Affordable Virginia Colocation Server Providers

    Last Updated: January 16, 2017

    One of the reasons that many people choose to utilize colocation rather than have an IT infrastructure on their own site is because of the cost. They feel that working with a colocation provider in Virginia will make more financial sense for them. That is true, but you still want to make sure you are […]

  • The 6 Best Los Angeles Colocation Server Providers

    Last Updated: December 30, 2016

    Are you one of the decision makers at a company that is starting to expand? If you are growing and your hosting and data needs are changing, you might be contemplating getting an IT infrastructure set up in your company. However, when you start to consider this option, it is more trouble than you might […]

  • The 5 Best New Jersey Colocation Server Providers for Small Business

    Last Updated: December 16, 2016

    New Jersey colocation could provide your small business with many benefits. It is a far simpler and more cost-effective option than trying to set up a server on your own premises. In addition, it can provide you with greater security and ease of maintenance. Another nice feature of colocation is the fact that it can […]

  • What Do Startups Need in a Colocation Provider?

    Last Updated: September 15, 2016

    Every startup needs servers and the assistance of other computing hardware in order to do business in the digital age. Not every startup has the resources to house these important components on their own, though, and many wouldn’t want to if they could. Fortunately, colocation makes it easier than ever for startups to get the […]

  • Switch Starts 2016 as the World’s Largest Colocation Data Center to Be 100% Green

    Last Updated: September 08, 2016

    Colocation may be the wave of the future in terms of hosting services, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. One problem with colocation – with data centers in general, really – is that they consume massive amounts of electricity which, in turn, produces a sizable carbon footprint. It’s not hard to see why. All those […]