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Posts Tagged ‘Colocation’

  • The Ultimate Guide to Mac Mini Server Colocation

    Last Updated: February 03, 2015

    Many individuals and companies today are considering the many advantages that can come from working with Mac Minis for their servers. Individuals, as well as some businesses, are finding that the capabilities of these smaller sized servers can provide them with just the type of service they need. Look at what they can offer and […]

  • Leading New England IT Management Service Company Lowers Cost and Reduces Research Headaches Using QuoteColo

    Last Updated: October 03, 2014

    Like every IT Management Company, AtrionSMB was after the promise of lowering their monthly expenditure on data center services without having to bang their heads against the wall searching for the right data center provider to meet their needs. This is where QuoteColo stepped in. AtrionSMB, one of New England’s leading IT management firms, is […]

  • The Top Three Reasons to Choose Colocation over Cloud Hosting

    Last Updated: September 25, 2014

    Cloud Hosting or Colocation? A question as old as…well, you get the point. If you are a company or a personal consumer looking to invest in a long term hosting solution, you have a choice between utilizing the latest and great Cloud Hosting technologies or you can choose to utilize the more hardware oriented solution, […]

  • Google Fiber Colocation Policies Favor Net Neutrality

    Last Updated: June 24, 2014

    Over the past year or so, the term net neutrality has been getting quite a bit of attention in the media and rightfully so. Since most people get their Internet from only a handful of the large telecom companies, those companies are now trying to exert more power over data delivery, and are actually favoring […]

  • Colocation Centers Have Less Downtime

    Last Updated: June 19, 2014

    According to recent findings, it seems as though the traditional data centers that companies once used for their servers are not able to offer the same amount of uptime that colocation centers can offer. The research showed that those traditional centers actually suffered from more outages in the course of a year. This information comes […]