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Nearly a fifth (18.6%) of colocation customers are looking to migrate their services to another provider in the coming months due to a lack of skilled personnel and security features.  

Wednesday, 12 August 2015 10:15

Digital Realty Appoints New CTO

New executives at data centre experts Digital Realty bring additional cloud experience and Pacific Rim expertise to the businesses global portfolio

Wednesday, 08 July 2015 16:26

IaaS data centre growth is at 35-40%

Europe will see continued growth in co-location and cloud over the next four years with IaaS taking the lions’ share

Lilac Schoenbeck argues that a public cloud solution isn’t always the answer for businesses with multi-tiered applications with physical dependencies or specific networking requirements.

Data centres are complex, expensive and as Colt have found out stressful with the majority of IT managers reporting nightmares at the very thought of a data centre.

Data centre building is set to increase off the back of a doubling in the hosting and co-location markets by 2018 due to cloud technologies, a new report from analysts Frost & Sullivan finds.

Thursday, 03 April 2014 02:10

C4L signs three-year deal with Pulsant

Cloud computing, managed hosting and colocation business Pulsant, has announced long-term client C4L has renewed its contract with the company by signing a three-year deal. C4L is a provider of colocation, connectivity, cloud and communications and currently has a large footprint within Pulsant’s Maidenhead Data Facility.

The LDeX group has expanded its colocation service in its London based data centre LDeX1 facility with direct on-site access to world’s largest cloud services provider, Amazon Web Services


Internap’s Adam Weissmuller looks at the reasons why a business should look at hybrid as a first step to the cloud



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