Infographic: Proposal to Invoice
October 19, 2017 | Colocation
At ColoHouse, we have experienced all types of buyers in all stages.
We wanted to make sure when you are looking for colocation, you know what you should be asking and where you should be paying close attention.
Here are some tips:
- From the initial conversation with your sales rep, be honest; they want to provide you the best solution for your business that meets your budget.
- Speaking of budget, be REALISTIC. Colocation is real estate for your servers. You will pay a premium to be in a metropolitan city just like you would pay in the housing market.
- Your colocation does not want you to be surprised by any fine print; if you have any questions or concerns, address them during the sales process. After you sign, you lose all power to negotiate.
Colocation with ColoHouse helps you ensure consistent uptime and interconnectivity for your applications, while also removing the need to build, staff and manage your in-house server room. Colocation space, power and connectivity are tailored to your operational needs, budget and timeline.
ColoHouse owns, operates and manages our Miami data centers. Our facilities are designed to provide customers with multiple colocation deployment options, allowing you to modify your colocation solution on-demand. Our engineers collaborate with you to create an ongoing infrastructure solution.