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Colocation vs. cloud is the wrong question to ask. Both should be working together to move your business forward. Learn more about skipping the debate here.
Chicago colocation pricing includes access to premium data center space with the power and network connectivity you need. Here’s how to understand it.
Several announcements at VMworld 2019 have given VMware users a lot to think about after an information-packed week. Here are a few tidbits that stood out.
ServerCentral Turing Group’s 2019 audit-year SOC 2 Type II report is now available to download from the customer portal.
Microsoft recently announced several critical security vulnerabilities. Here’s how to patch them ASAP.
It’s important to have a disaster recovery plan, but it’s equally as important to make sure that it works. Here’s how.
If you’re diligent about having up-to-date backups, recovering from ransomware is as easy as cutting off infected infrastructure and restoring your backups.
How is it that schools are still affected by a vulnerability that was patched months ago? It’s simple: their IT teams couldn’t implement the patch in time.
If there aren’t enough reasons to make sure your patch management program is effective already, a vulnerability like BlueKeep gets discovered and reminds us all. Here’s what you can do about it.
Colocation pricing can be tricky. Let’s cover some hidden costs to be aware of the next time you’re shopping for a colocation contract.
With AWS, it’s easy to attain Amazon-level cloud security when you’re most certainly not Amazon.
I can’t stress how important it is to safeguard your AWS environment. Here are five easy steps that anyone can do right now to improve their AWS security.