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    Is Your Cloud Provider Financially Sound?

    AJ Kuftic
    Read Time 3 min.

    In the world of Cloud Computing, customers are becoming more diligent in understanding vendor Service Level Agreements (SLAs), which are designed to protect the customer in the event of downtime. However, an SLA offers zero protection if the vendor declares bankruptcy. Collapses of cloud storage providers due to bankruptcy don’t happen very often—but they do happen. Looking forward, how can...

    Cloud Computing

    Business Continuity: Preparing for a Disaster, No Matter the Size

    Jonathan Rosenson
    Read Time 2 min.

    Business Continuity: Preparing for a Disaster, No Matter the Size Natural disasters are unpredictable. Whether it is a hurricane rocking the East Coast, a blizzard pounding  the North, or a tornado causing havoc in the Midwest, these events give little, if any, advanced warning. While it may be easy to calculate the physical damage such an event causes, have...

    Disaster Recovery

    Data Center Colocation: The Advantages

    Steve Gruetter
    Read Time 2 min.

    Exploring the Advantages of Colocation Solutions You may have heard that colocation solutions are an ideal way to accommodate your company’s ever-changing IT needs. You may also be skeptical, realizing that colocation is an investment, and uncertain as to whether the investment is worth the risk. Is colocation right for your business? To answer whether...

    Data Centers

    Selecting a Cloud Hosting Provider: 3 Criteria to Consider

    Joe Palian
    Read Time 3 min.

    It sounds simple enough: Secure computing environments remain secure because they limit the number of outside sources that are connected to it. For this reason, when cloud computing was first being touted as the next big thing in the evolving technological landscape, a lack of security and application control were raised as primary concerns. However, this is no longer the...

    Cloud Computing