Disaster Recovery

Report: Large Project Eyes Colorado Springs

Economic development officials are asking the Colorado state government to participate in a package of incentives for a Fortune 100 company that is considering Colorado Springs as the site of a $100 million dollar data center project. Read More

Fortrust to Expand Denver Data Center

Colorado data center provider Fortrust is expanding its colocation space by 33,000 square feet, which will bring its raised-floor capacity to more than 80,000 square feet within its 224,000 square foot facility near Denver. Read More

It’s World Backup Day!

Today is World Backup Day. It’s a timely reminder, following on an industry survey that found 15 percent of data center operators lack a proper backup and disaster recovery strategy. Read More

Risk Mitigation Strategies for Mid-Size Organizations

In the wake of the recent earth quake and tsunami in Japan, many business executives often wonder how to prepare for the possibility that a calamity could wipe out their IT operations. The words “disaster recovery” (DR) evoke images of the earthquakes, floods and other natural disasters that can take your data center offline for hours even days. Read More

Is Your Data Center Ready for STUXNET?

The STUXNET worm initially spreads indiscriminately, but includes a highly specialized malware payload that is designed to target Siemens Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems that control and monitor specific industrial processes common in a data center. This has operators of mission critical data centers concerned about any security gaps between IT and facilities systems. Read More

DBSi Raises $35 Million for Pennsylvania Project

Managed hosting provider DBSi has lined up $35 million to complete the first phase of the company’s long-planned data center in eastern Pennsylvania, the company said this week. DBSi provides managed hosting for the healthcare and financial industries. Read More

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