August 2017

Get Connected with LightEdge’s Daily Data Center Operations

By | August 7th, 2017|Data Center, Data Protection, Security|

Welcome back to our Operations blog! We have been providing monthly updates on specific projects within the operations team, along with tips, tricks and insight into how to keep everything running smoothly and what to do when an issue occurs to ensure your business is back up and running in no time. This month [...]

June 2017

A Vision for Your Data Center

By | June 22nd, 2017|Client Content, Data Center, Data Protection, Security|

You’ve been through the checklist of what to look for in a co-location data center. Now, let’s take a look at what an actual data center looks like and the services it offers. Data centers can vary in size. Most businesses need to look for one that offers at least 48,000 square feet of [...]

May 2017

A 9-Point Checklist for Your Data Storage Facility

By | May 31st, 2017|Data Protection, Security|

Before deciding which co-location facility to choose for your technology equipment, you’ll want to go through a checklist to make sure the multi-tenant data center has everything you need to protect your assets and meet your needs. Each customer will have different needs based on what factors are most important to their business, but [...]

April 2017

What Do Customers Need in a Colocation Provider?

By | April 26th, 2017|Data Center, Data Protection, Security|

Colocation is becoming more popular as business owners learn how data centers work and the many benefits that come along with getting data off-site. Many businesses initially operate and manage their own computer hardware and systems internally. Once they begin to scale and grow, however, it becomes a financial decision about whether it makes sense [...]

Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket: How to Mitigate the Risk of a Service Outage

By | April 3rd, 2017|Client Content, Data Protection, Security|

Today, IT services are taken for granted. They’re expected to always be running. Consumers have little patience for service outages. However, many businesses equate a service outage with a natural disaster and give little thought to the possibility. After all, natural disasters are pretty rare, right? Maybe so. But service outages are not rare. In [...]

March 2017

Which Cloud Service Is Right For You?

By | March 9th, 2017|Client Content, Cloud Computing, Security|

March is upon us, which means buzzer beaters are in the air, brackets are about to be busted and fiscal budgets hope to not suffer that same fate. With another year of experience under its belt, Cloud Computing continues to move from buzzy young phenom to experienced all-around superstar and team player. In fact, a [...]

February 2017

Diagnosing the Right Cloud Solution for Healthcare Providers

By | February 1st, 2017|Security, Uncategorized|

Today, a majority of healthcare providers are using a cloud solution for clinical and non-clinical data storage and sharing. In fact, cloud technology has become a critical component in the operation of healthcare organizations. The three most common reasons healthcare providers have embraced the cloud are: to save cost on IT maintenance, to share information [...]

June 2016

Are You Asking the Right Security Questions?

By | June 22nd, 2016|Client Content, Data Protection, Security|

Jake Gibson, Chief Security Officer and Chief Compliance Officer The frequency and magnitude of security breaches continue to rise.  Target, LinkedIn, Home Depot, Twitter, Wendy’s, Sony, and the list is growing.  Even more worrisome, many breaches go unreported or worse yet, undiscovered.  C-level executives are increasingly concerned with protecting their companies from security [...]

August 2015

Is your mobile work device secure?

By | August 12th, 2015|Cloud Computing, Security|

According to a recent national survey, nearly 90% of people use work devices without trusted security software. Despite recent data thefts, people are still not protecting their information and in turn are exposing their employer’s data on corporate-issued devices. The survey, commissioned by Citrix, found that while people expect to access their information from anywhere [...]

July 2015

What is happening to Windows Server 2003?

By | July 6th, 2015|Security|

Microsoft support for all versions of Windows Server 2003 ends on July 14, 2015. After this date, updates will no longer be available, and your business will become exposed to alarming security and compliance risks. Now is the time to upgrade to avoid exposing your business to significant risk! How does this impact you? No more [...]

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