Benefits of Transforming into a Paperless Office
There is a paperless revolution going on right now – companies of all kinds are scrambling to renovate their business models, and revolutionize their business ...Read more
Posted on Feb 12, 2019
As we've mentioned before, colocation has some pretty impressive benefits to companies, and specifically to IT teams. People who deal with a business architecture can often use colocation to decrease costs, maximize efficiency and make things easier on the bottom line. In a previous post, we talked about the fundamental benefits of colocation including security, stability, connectivity, availability and safety. But what about specific use cases and examples that show how colocation can benefit in-house IT professionals? First, think about the no-hassle scenario of using colocation for a business data center. There's no hardware burden on the IT team – people don't spend time looking for cables or trying to install servers in a physical rack space. All of that happens at the vendor's office, and the company plugs in digitally to take advantage of fully optimized hardware solutions. Then there's compliance – IT crews don't have to worry about making sure that physical hardware storage ...
An office is only as good as its people, but if your team is struggling with outdated equipment, you could be missing out on valuable potential. Take a ...Read more
These days, more and more businesses are moving away from “plain-vanilla” virtual/shared hosting plans and opting to set up a Virtual Private Server (VPS) ...Read more
We live in a world of digital acronyms SaaS, Iaas, PaaS, and more. But there’s one that may not be as familiar, DaaS or Desktop as a Service. DaaS provides ...Read more
Every business strives to be a purpose-driven story, especially now when people care where their products come from. A survey shows that 58% of U.S. consumer-respondents ...Read more