While cloud, big data, social media, and mobile technologies have created new opportunities for companies to better serve customers and improve collaboration among employees, they have also created new pressures on servers, storage and networks – as well as the data center infrastructure on which they rely.
As a result, many organizations outsource their data center needs to colocation providers, freeing them up to focus on creating future opportunities as opposed to wrestling with IT operations. By working with a colocation provider, these organizations can also avoid the up-front costs of building or expanding their own data center, as well as leverage the newer technologies that early-adopting colocation providers can deliver.
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- How a monitoring and management system can improve efficiency and stablilize costs
- The essentials of a monitoring and management solution
- How to build a roadmap to enhancing your data center monitoring and management
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