Finding the right environment to secure and connect your hardware is critical to your business. Colocation is the practice of storing your I.T. hardware and infrastructure (your servers and your devices) in a purpose-built data centre owned and managed by an external provider. It allows you to maintain control of your own solution whilst taking advantage of high availability, greater connectivity, increased scalability and heightened security that is simply beyond the means of most companies to create in house.Download the eGuide: An Introduction to Colocation today and discover whether colocation is right for you, why some businesses choose to colocate and the core benefits of choosing colocation over maintaining your IT infrastructure in house.
Colocation is the practice of storing your I.T. hardware and infrastructure (your servers and your devices) in a purpose-built data centre owned and managed by an external provider.
Depending on what kind of company you are and what you offer, the choice you’re likely to be facing is whether to rent a server with a hosting company and let them manage it, or whether to colocate an existing infrastructure and hold on to responsibility for your IT operations. This eGuide will help you decide.
Data centres offer a range of benefits that organisations can’t generally realise internally. From high availability to security, scalability to performance – join us for a deep dive into the advantages you can gain from collocating your I.T. hardware.
Our UK data centres are built on best-of-breed, enterprise-grade infrastructure. And, because we know how important speed and security are in business, we combine this technology with high levels of resilience, super-fast connectivity and exceptional levels of on-site security.
Finding the correct environment for your business-critical hardware is crucial.
Download the eGuide: An Introduction to Colocation today and discover whether colocation is right for your business.