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Modular Data Centre and Containerized Computing

When it comes to storing a large amounts of virtual data, there is one, universal obstacle to cross and that is the question of the storage space. While we live in a twenty first century, up until recently, many companies were resorting to the classic brick and mortar structures, and many still do. The construction of this kind of storage room can be extremely exhausting and it could last quite some time. However, there is one problem that seems more pestering that even these two aforementioned and that is - the fact that it is extremely expensive to construct a building that has all the things necessary in order to store and protect these data cashes. This very reason is the fact that most of the modern informational based companies and services are resorting to the alternative ways of storing data. Amongst these methods, one stands out and that is the use of storage containers as a cheap and effective server rooms. IBM was thinking outside the box In a survey conducted by IBM only about 12 percent of data center operators were interested in modular build. However, when the word spread about the actual possibilities of such concept made quite...
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How to Choose the Right Data Centre Service for Business Needs

It is every company’s concern to protect its data and equipment. So, when choosing a data centre to house its critical information, it is important to take different factors into consideration. Factors to Consider When Choosing a Data Centre Security This is perhaps one of the most influential factors in choosing a data centre. A company should always be looking at its physical and logical security. While a two-factor authentication is good enough, a majority of businesses follow a three-factor authentication: what you are, what you have, and what you know. Look at all the security systems that the facility uses, making sure that it uses the best one in every level of security. The operator should be able to tell every person that is present in the data centre, including the time of his/her entrance and exit. Data Recovery Data should be accessible every time and people should be readily available to recover them. The ideal data centre is one that can let you recover the company’s IT environment and go back to business after suffering a power outrage. Service It is crucial to consider the services being offered by a facility operator. These include office space, accounting services,...
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