The cloud is no longer a mysterious visage of data technology but rather a pillar of modern enterprise computing. As technologies advance to meet the insatiable need for improved communication, storage, and shareability – so too have the threats against it.
While data centers are undeniably valuable for better resource management and improved security, their efficiency is not without a price – it’s estimated that DC facilities account for around 4% of global energy consumption and as much as 1% of global greenhouse gas emissions. More and more organizations are recognizing the need for greener solutions to combat these high eco-costs. Hence, the growing importance of sustainable data centers.
Weighing the options of hybrid, public, and private clouds? Explore distinct characteristics and advantages of public, hybrid, and private cloud options in our latest article to find the perfect fit for your business needs.
Comarch, a global leader in IT solutions, announced the opening of its new 32,000-square-foot data center in Phoenix, Arizona. The North American flagship facility is designed to meet the growing demand for high-quality, secure, and reliable private cloud & colocation services in the US.
In times when information is becoming the most valuable currency, data backup and recovery are essential for operational continuity. That’s why more and more companies are investing in Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).
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