Why You Shouldn’t Own & Operate Data Centers

Information Technology (IT) has come a long way since the nineties when client-server architectures brought low-cost computing and a digital revolution to most businesses. Whether the driver was email, file-sharing, or standing up a DIY web server, businesses rushed to repurpose parts of their office space for housing servers and networking.

As technology matured and time progressed, businesses relied on these IT resources more and more and new problems arose. Uptime of these servers began to matter, so businesses added Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) and sometimes even generators to mitigate the occasional interruption in utility power. As more servers were added to increase capabilities, the extra heat generated overran the capabilities of the baseline office AC systems.

Download our whitepaper to understand why businesses shouldn’t own and operate data centers and gain advice on what to keep in mind when evaluating a data center partner.


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