September 2014 22
When Colocation Makes Sense For Your Project
Posted By : Ed LaFrance

With Colocation, you provide the server hardware (and sometimes networking hardware) and the expertise to configure and maintain it - your colocation vendor provides the data center cabinet space, power, security, environmental controls, and in…

September 2014 15
Determining Your Power Requirements for the Data Center
Posted By : Ed LaFrance

[caption id="attachment_1523" align="alignleft" width="400"] Image credit: watcharakun[/caption] As server density has increased over the years, power consumption has become a significant factor in the data center. It can be easy to forget about this particular…

February 2013 06
Considerations When Choosing A Colocation Provider
Posted By : Ed LaFrance

Once you have made the choice to collocate, considering your organization’s needs is the first step in selecting a Colocation provider.   Below is a list of questions to get you started on determining what requirements you have…

February 2013 01
Customer Focus of A Boutique Datacenter
Posted By : Ed LaFrance

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] It never ceases to amaze us how much personal attention a small company gives its customers.  Regardless if it is the corner drycleaners or a local community bank, your personal satisfaction matters to…

January 2013 02
Why Virtualization is a Good Idea for a Small Business
Posted By : Ed LaFrance

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Large enterprises can have hundreds, thousands, or even millions of clients, and oceans of data that could require dozens of servers or more to store. In light of this, it’s easy to understand…