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What is Colocation?

What Is Colocation? Colocation is choosing to house servers and devices at a professional datacenter with network redundancy, security, backup power sources, and a 24/7 staff. As a result, the organization experiences economies of scale and greater uptime than they would retaining the servers in-house. Network Redundancy Security Your Server Redundant Power 24/7 Staff Colocation Saves Money The costs associated with setting up, managing, and maintaining servers are substantial and rising. However, colocation allows businesses and organizations to leverage a data center's existing infrastructure to maximize reliability and minimize costs. Lower Energy Costs Reduced Redundant Bandwidth Power Expenses 5 COST SAVINGS Software Hardware Configuration Ownership The High Cost of Downtime Each year, downtime costs North American businesses over $27.5 billion dollars. Here is a list of a few companies that recently experienced downtime with associated large revenue losses: $11M $5M 1 Week $4.7M $• 24 •$ $535k $586k $• •$ "According to a recent study, a minute of downtime costs businesses $5,600 on average." Ponemon Institute Presented By: COLOGUARD® Enterprise Colocation Solutions Northrop Grumman 40 Min Downtime Google 5 Min Downtime VirginBlue 11 Days Downtime Twitter 4 Hours Downtime

What is Colocation?

shared by colocationguard on Mar 27
A simple colocation infographic that highlights key points regarding the cost associated with subpar hosting solutions, and benefits of colocation.


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