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 […]

Data Recovery Services in Data Centre Hosting

Posted on May 9th, 2012

  The security of client data should be fundamental to every web host’s strategy and data centre architecture. Guaranteeing a bullet proof system that secures and restores data in case of system failure is one of the key differentiators in the data centre hosting industry. For this reason, data recovery should not just be an […]

The Colocation Question In Canada: External Provider vs. In-House

Posted on April 13th, 2012

  When it comes to the important question of buying or building a colocation infrastructure, even CIOs and tech enthusiasts might hesitate with this decision. Looking at colocation hosting in Canada, from a financial point of view, there are numerous reasons why businesses should rightfully scrutinize their ability to build their own data center in-house. […]