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International Data Center Day – Making India A Data Center Hub

International Data Center Day – Making India A Data Center Hub

There are just over 7.2 million Data Centers across the world today. Data Centre capacity has expanded in every single geographic location, catering to a mega-growth architecture that supports smart devices. Yet, technical staff is notoriously difficult to find for these service providers. With more education and training required on-the-job, a wider pool of diverse talent will be needed by 2025. The resourcing skew is coupled with a demand that primarily rises from Cloud and Colocation Data Centers.

Demystifying Cloud ERP (SAP Cloud)

Demystifying Cloud ERP (SAP Cloud)

Cloud technology is riding the digitisation wave through business process transformation. Corporations have increasingly embraced the Cloud platform realising its pivotal role in day-to-day operations.

Within the gamut of Cloud ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning lies the SAP Cloud Platform or SCP. It is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) product that renders a development and runtime environment for Cloud applications. Using open-source and open standards, SCP enables software vendors, startups and developers to create and test HANA-based Cloud applications.

Business Continuity In Today’s Volatile World

Business Continuity In Today’s Volatile World

Before the pandemic, the conventional systems called for physical offices that were critical to culture, productivity and security. But, COVID-19 pushed every sector into a virtual working environment that delivered mixed results at best. As the third year of volatility continues, enterprises are beginning to tentatively reopen their workspaces, adapting to a hybrid model.

5 Steps To Building Your Own Data Center

5 Steps To Building Your Own Data Center

If the past two years are evidence of anything, it is that the data never sleeps. Right from 2020, we have seen a surge of connectivity, user distribution, and a deeper focus on systems that keep running round the clock: Data Centers.

Is Colocation Sufficient in Today’s Remote Working World

Is Colocation Sufficient in Today’s Remote Working World?

Colocation in itself is not sufficient for a complete digital transformation. The entire functionality is now dependent on a host of services. Business owners may have difficulty accessing data due to security breaches, disasters, or decentralised networks that disrupt business continuity. A multitude of supplementary activities, therefore, need to be taken that ensure your remote workforce has uncontested data availability.

Backup and Recovery In The New Normal

Backup and Recovery In The New Normal

As the pandemic slows its pace after two long years, businesses now find themselves entering an era where digitisation practices need to realign with the enterprise goals. With remote workforce and distributed data becoming the new normal, the requirement for a robust information ecosystem has taken centre stage. Today, every engagement, collaboration, and process generates voluminous data that needs to be readily accessible and secured simultaneously.

Choosing the Apt Location for Your Data Center

Choosing the Right Location for Your Data Center

Choosing a Colocation Data Center provider requires balancing many different priorities. With businesses starting to understand the dynamism of what can be done with data, they are moving from existing resources to well-equipped Data Centers that measure up to their IT infrastructure requirements.

Processing Data At The Edge: Colocation, Cloud, And The Latency Between Them

Processing Data At The Edge: Colocation, Cloud, And The Latency Between Them

Edge infrastructure is now being aggressively developed across Data Centers to bring computing as close to the source of data as possible. Strong business benefits have been accrued with each successful deployment, such as improved response times, faster insights, and better bandwidth availability. While the Cloud distributed infrastructure needs data to transverse over a long network, Edge computing offers a more efficient alternative by processing the data where it is created.

Getting Your Hybrid IT Strategy Right

Getting Your Hybrid IT Strategy Right

Working away from the conventional office space became the accepted norm during the pandemic, pushing enterprises to undertake a significant people, place, process, and technology transformation. As the companies prepare for a “new normal”, research has found that 58% of executives are willing to be primarily at home or adopt a hybrid system.

tier III vs tier IV

Tier III vs. Tier IV Data Centers: Is The Latter Worth The Premium Investment?

Tier III vs. Tier IV Data Centers: Is The Latter Worth The Premium Investment? Choosing between a Tier III and a Tier IV Data Center can be confusing for enterprises seeking Colocation providers.