Collocation DEFINITION: Services that house an organization's or carrier's servers and applications. The co-location provider is responsible for supplying power, lights, network bandwidth and the physical security of the site.
Many companies turn to colocation data centers to alleviate these burdens. These server houses follow security regulations and provide flexible service to you, the customer. Why build a data center when you can cost effectively lease one? Read on to learn if colocation is economical for you.
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