Last Updated on July 17, 2021 by Tylor
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Migrating infrastructure to a third-party colocation data center can be an overwhelming process. Over the last decade at ColoHouse, we have learned a few things about client installations and setups.
Once a new site for your data center has been selected, use this checklist to help plan a successful transition—before, during, and after your migration.
Just like a house that needs a strong foundation, an IT environment needs the right infrastructure in place to meet the ever-growing, ever-changing business (and technology) landscape. With several server options to choose from, it can be an intimidating task to choose the best server solution for your business.
First ask yourself the following questions: What problem do you want to solve? How is your IT infrastructure going to be used? Are you planning for a short-term or a long-term project?
When determining which applications are best suited for you, it’s important to keep in mind what requirements and security measures you need in order to create the most effective and efficient IT infrastructure for your business. Here are some resources to help you decide what you might need:
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