Last Updated on December 29, 2020 by Sammen Qureshi
The COVID-19 pandemic had led to an inevitable surge of digital technologies. The pandemic has been a highly disruptive force in the global market, changing the way businesses operate today — and perhaps into the future. It’s therefore no surprise that our top 5 most popular blogs this year focused on the critical role of data centers in business continuity.
1. Do You Still Have Access To Your Servers and IT Infrastructure During A Lock Down?
Unlike natural or man made disasters, a disease pandemic could affect multiple areas at the same time, What do you do if you don’t have access to the servers in your office? A disease pandemic makes it necessary to tell employees not to come into the office, how will you have access to your mission-critical data or IT resources?
2. How Do You Know Which Infrastructure Is Right for You?
Planning and implementing your IT infrastructure is one of the most important decisions you will make for your business. With several server options to choose from; It can be an intimidating task to understand which one is the right choice for you. That’s why it is important to match your needs to the right server type.
4. How Does Colocation Benefit your IT Team?
An in-house IT team might know the ins and outs of your business. But outsourced IT support teams know business technology like no other and can apply their expertise right away. External data centers allow business owners to keep their IT infrastructure somewhere other than in-house—which delivers several benefits.
5. The Critical Role of Data Centers in Business Continuity
Colocation has become a key component in today’s business digital transformation strategy. The COVID-19 crisis has reinforced the importance of data centers and what they do. Data centers deal with risk assessment and management every day and play a crucial role as the central point of access for data and essential business applications.
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