Data Centers are facilities that render shared access to critical applications via a complex network and storage infrastructure. In line with this, Data Center security is an assimilation of the physical and digital support systems and measures that help safeguard Data Center operations, applications, and information from breaches.
Edge computing brings computation, data, storage, and power closer to the point of action, thus reducing response time and bandwidth. When harnessed in combination with 5G, it can help address the speed and security issues for networks facing sudden and ongoing traffic surges. To learn how Web Werks can help you leverage 5G with Edge computing, refer this whitepaper.
By 2021, 33% of enterprise workloads will run on-premises, 33% off-premises, and 33% in the public cloud. This is why organizations are now embracing the digital, all thanks to the dynamism and spontaneity of the current economic environment.
As a financially concentrated resource, a Data Center forms the backbone of every Enterprise IT.
However, while deciding on Data Center investments, organizations face two pertinent questions – Should we build and manage our own Data Center or should we opt for a Colocation Data Center?
In this definitive Whitepaper, we have elaborated on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) that will help you decide on the apt Data Center route for your organization.
When it comes to selecting the right Data Center provider many organisations adopt a myopic view by only factoring in the uptimes assured by the provider.
More often than not, this constricted research leads to severe bottlenecks when it comes to scalability, sustainability, and security.
In this Whitepaper, we have elaborated on five important parameters, apart from uptimes, that need to be considered when choosing the right Data Center provider.