A question that many businesses ask is ‘what is the difference between colocation and a managed data centre?’ A managed data centre, such as the Microsoft-managed data centres used for cloud computing services like Azure, and for migrating servers to Azure, are fully overseen by the data centre operators themselves, including everything a business needs to build their web presence and store their data.
Colocation, on the other hand, gives businesses a little more control over their cloud options. Any and all hardware and software involved in a colocation setup is owned by the business, rather than the data centre, and is, at its most basic, a way for organisations to reduce the hassle of storing high maintenance servers and equipment. The company-owned server will be maintained via the data centre.
At Curavar, we can help you to arrange a colocation service that suits you and your business. We can also assist with troubleshooting aspects, helping your colocation setup process to run as smoothly as possible, minimising downtime and promoting productivity. There are a number of benefits to opting for a colocation service, with many businesses finding that they are able to save time and money by removing the need to maintain a suitable environment for a fragile server. Colocation is one of the primary methods currently being utilised to address some of the biggest challenges of running a modern and contemporary business, which relies heavily upon the storage and transfer of essential information.
With Curavar, you’ll get…
• Access to a colocation solution to meet your growing business needs
• A safe, secure, and hassle-free way to store, access, and transfer essential business data
• Peace of mind that valuable technology and equipment is constantly maintained
• The flexibility to use the most suitable hardware and software for you
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