Cloud Colocation: The Next Generation in Data Center Hosting?

Posted on May 24th, 2012

  Many observers of the data center industry describe colocation as a threat of the cloud. The argument in white papers and public discussions is often guided by the general thought of cloud vs. colocation. In contrast to this dominant view, one can argue that it is much more insightful to look at colocation as […]

Customer Relations in Server Hosting: A Competitive Differentiator

Posted on April 4th, 2012

  The truly global nature of the web hosting industry makes it easy for buyers to choose from a variety of different providers located all over the world. Consequently, increasing market competition beyond national borders accelerates pricing pressure on providers. Current times of outsourcing and cloud domination on the server hosting market therefore call for […]

Cloud Computing – The Real Meaning: More Than Just a Buzzword

Posted on March 13th, 2012

Cloud computing has been used as a buzzword for quite some time now. It has not lost any momentum, in fact it continues to trend more and more as the number of individuals and corporations that are looking to make the switch to cloud hosting have inevitably fell in the “cloud computing” frenzy . Cloud […]