The nonprofit Identity Theft Resource Center keeps an ongoing record of incidents involving data compromise. The information is gathered from government agency releases and articles in the press. This effort started on January 1, 2005. Between that point and February 7, 2018, the organization has logged more than 8600 breaches, with a staggering 1.07 billion… Read more »
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There are many data centers dotting the landscape. They have been popping up all over the place – and that will continue. Worldwide, the market for data center construction was at $14.59 billion in 2014 – when it was forecast to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3% to $22.73 billion by… Read more »
What if you could somehow pass on your server room responsibilities to someone else? How would it feel to get access to the network power, performance, and staff of a huge enterprise? If you replied, “That would be awesome,” to either of the above questions, colocation may be the right choice for you. Let’s first… Read more »
Here’s a little data center eye candy to brighten up your Thursday afternoon…
COLO@ today announced that they will begin the second phase of expansion at their ATL2 datacenter at 34 Peachtree St. in Atlanta, GA. While the facility already boasts fully redundant power, network, and cooling capabilities, this expansion will enhance all of these areas.
The COLO@ team is proud to announce that we’ve joined the Phoenix-IX peering exchange for our Phoenix location. As you know, we operate data centers in Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, Clifton, and Dallas and participates in various peering arrangements across their facilities.
The 34 Peachtree COLO@ facility is a 100% carrier neutral data center. That said, you may have heard that term before and wondered what it meant. Well, today is your lucky day. I’m going to let you know exactly what a carrier neutral data center is and why it’s something you should look for when choosing a… Read more »