It’s easy to assume the growth of hyperscale clouds like AWS, Azure, and GCP has impacted the colocation market, but colocation remains a strong choice for businesses today. In this post, we focus on the benefits of colocation by narrowing in on […]
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Location matters for your data center; where your apps & data live affects ease of access, latency, disaster preparedness, and more. We review key considerations for your data center strategy.
Many enterprises are deploying hyperconverged infrastructure in their data centers. Learn about how they are using the technology.
Infrastructure advancements are changing the data center. Understand how Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) is driving that change.
As hybrid cloud environments get more complicated, many turn to software-defined solutions like hyperconvergence. We discuss the benefits.
Hyperconverged Infrastructure can help address your disaster recovery woes. Learn about those 4 key benefits of HCI for DR.
The Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) market is expected to grow 28.1% by 2025. Learn more about how HCI can benefit your organization.
Seeing a cloud provider’s data center infrastructure can give you peace of mind. Our new infographic highlights the key elements for modern data centers
Hyperconverged infrastructure within a private cloud architecture can bring big benefits for businesses looking to move to a software-defined environment.
Are you considering a move out of your on-premises data center? We explore the most resilient IT infrastructure options.
Hyperconverged Infrastructure is a modern, software-defined approach to IT infrastructure. We discuss the current and future for the tech.
New York Data Centers are attractive for hosting data and apps, but the city isn’t always ideal. Hawthorne can be a more IT resilient data center option.
Connecting to your end-users is a priority. Edge Data Centers can fill gaps in your cloud strategy and solve for low latency.
When choosing a data center location, businesses look for regions that aren’t prone to disaster and provide IT resilience and connectivity. A Chicago data center is a great option.
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