The US Department of Defense (DoD) recently released new rules about data protection that its contractors need to abide by. Due to the sensitive nature of the data DoD vendors deal with, as well as the increasing prevalence of cybercrimes, it’s imperative that the agency maintains full control over its information assets.
As the coronavirus or COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, businesses are letting employees work from home to prevent them from getting infected. Distributing your workforce can help keep your small- to medium-sized business (SMB) operating even during a crisis.
Your in-house data centers can become overworked with rising corporate demands, and this could lead to costly downtime. To solve this problem, you need to expand your business' needs. This is where colocation can come in handy.
Colocation refers to a service offered by managed IT services providers (MSPs) that provides a secure space for enterprises to manage their data storage equipment.