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Head to the Cloud for Resiliency
A colocation facility is an additional or alternate space where you can run your most critical workloads. Organizations may consider using a colocation facility for a number of reasons, such as moving, building, or expanding a facility. Management costs of an existing facility are another deciding factor—costs for power and cooling may simply be too much for an organization to carry. Additionally, an organization might consider colocation due to an unstable power supply from a provider in a particular geographical location.
Leveraging Technology for Scalable Growth
The Paper Store’s IT team needed a better way to upgrade outdated computers and deliver the support services their stores required. Watch our video to discover how Connection helped a leading retailer deliver the performance, scalability, and efficiency they needed to plot a course for a bright future.
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