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    Private, Public, Hybrid: Which Cloud is Right For You?

    It seems obvious enough: The cloud is a great option for company’s looking for cost-effective, flexible ways to expand and scale their IT resources and service options. But how do you know which cloud is right for you? With public and private, and even hybrid and colocation solutions available, how do you wade through all the options and select the...

    Cloud Computing

    Don’t Become an IT Disaster Headline!

    Recently, many organizations have been in the headlines for IT failures. From large scaled natural disasters to smaller, more locally defined power outages and network failures, a loss of data and interruption to daily business operations can cost an organization dearly. Just how much can an IT system failure affect the stability of a business? • According to an...

    Disaster Recovery

    Today’s Cloud: It’s All About Increasing Data Availability

    Everywhere you look these days, cloud computing solutions are being parceled out. Simply run a Google search for the term “cloud computing services,” and you will be inundated by an array of websites, blog posts and infographics – all touting the cost saving and IT system enhancing advantages that the Cloud has to offer. Unfortunately, this same internet search...

    Cloud

    Cleveland's Expanded Data Center Unveiled at May 10th Open House

    More than 100 companies joined us at our Garfield Heights facility on May 10th. We really enjoy hosting these exclusive, one-time only, Open House events as it give the community the opportunity to take a tour of a world class data center and learn about compelling new trends in the data center and managed hosting industry.  We always welcome tours...

    From the Potatoes to the Operating System - Expedient Manages Everything

    The average American consumes more than 140 pounds of potatoes each year. But did you know that this popular side dish can also serve double duty as a battery. In fact, with enough potatoes you could power just about anything: 600,000 potatoes are capable of powering one 60 watt light bulb 3,300,000 can power one server 26,400,000,000,000 could power...

    Server Management