Wednesday, 27 November 2019

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Saturday, 23 November 2019

How does Server Colocation Relate to Data Centers?

It is necessary to understand what the terms mean and what their advantages and drawbacks are. The data centers are essentially centralized locations in which computing hardware and networking equipment are kept for storing, processing and distributing data. The servers which are housed in a data center are connected to communication networks and this lets people access them and get information from them remotely. Almost every company or government organization is going to need a private data center to maintain its data securely. Alternately, it can house its data in a third party space from where it can access it remotely.

When you wish to understand the co-relation between cloud, server colocation and data centers, you have to realize that in server colocation, servers will still be your property but they will be managed and monitored by a third party. So, as a client, you get to access these servers via a VPN or across the Internet. The main reason why server colocation is being preferred to privately-owned data centers is to cut down costs. Businesses can now get enhanced IT amenities and supports without having to break the bank.

While you may own everything and you have full freedom to customize these, you are also fully responsible for all glitches which may arise from time to time. The hardware remains on-site and your staff can access it or maintain it without hassles. But, if your in-house staff is not adequately qualified, you may have to get extra technical support which turns out to be much costlier in the long run. 

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Tuesday, 19 November 2019


While data backup options have transformed from large devices to small ones, and storage capacities have increased immensely, the new concept of remote backup services has expanded. Remote backup services are simply critical for companies as the technology landscape advances. Companies must be prepared. 

How Remote Backup Service Works 
 A remote backup service is a cloud-based service vs. a local on-premise solution for automating the backup and recovery of data. When you invest in a service to help with data, you get much more than a simple backup and recovery system. With managed cloud backup services, you count on a third party to manage your data in many ways, and you remove many of the challenges that surface with advancing technologies. Your data backup, data storage, and data recovery systems are all left in the hands of professionals using a remote data center that offers a substantial level of skill and added protection. 
 What To Look For in a Cloud Backup Provider 
 What to look for in cloud backup providers has much to do with why backups are critical along with the service level the provider offers. When you consider the magnitude of today’s data that must be backed up and potentially recovered in the case of an unexpected disaster, you get that there is more to online storage that an automated quick save. A skilled provider can assess, house, troubleshoot, and react, reducing company risks, at a time when cyber threats are at the highest levels. Below are five things to look for in cloud backup services:  
Storage Capacity. Defining the storage capacity your organization requires up front will make your choice in providers easier. Make sure your provider offers the storage capacity you need if not unlimited storage.   
  • Free Storage. Some providers may offer a certain amount of free storage, which may be worthy for some small businesses or startups.  
  • Number of Computers. Your provider may have a limit on the number of computers per plan for which they provide storage. Make sure you understand what’s included in your plan.  
  • File Sharing Services. File sharing is getting easier with so many free tools on the market, but you may prefer a unique file sharing service with your plan for added security.  
  • Folder Synchronization. Online folder synchronization for your data may or may not be an important factor in your cloud backup service. When you have files in various locations and they must all match, you may need folder synchronization. Not all providers include it, so consider whether you need it. 

Monday, 18 November 2019

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) - Data First

CPTPL has been helping companies protect their business and improve availability for more than 40 years. Today, the cost for just one hour of downtime could be in the tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars depending on the size of your business. CPTPL Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaas), powered by Infra scale, delivers a cloud-backed DR as a service solution so you can instantly run your systems in our cloud when they go do down due to hardware failure or natural disasters.

Disaster Recovery shouldn’t cost a fortune. But it should recover like it did. Every company deserves rapid fail over without all the hardware and complexity.

•          Rapid Failover from Anywhere:- 
You can failover a single virtual machine (VM), applications, a whole network, or site locally or in the cloud.

•          Reduce Hardware Costs:-
When the cloud and intelligent software join forces, good things happen. It’s how we erase expensive hardware and complex steps from the Disaster Recovery equation so you can bring your business back to life in minutes.

•          Build DR Your Way:-
With Infrascale, you decide how you want to deploy failover for your business. Our DRaaS solution is delivered as a physical and virtual appliance and includes DR software and flexible cloud storage targeting.

Thursday, 14 November 2019

Why “Data Center as a Service” (DCaaS) is the Future of Colocation

The challenges of maintaining a private IT infrastructure have long pushed organizations to consider alternative options to meet their data and computing needs. While there are certainly benefits to using an on-premises data solution, the significant cost of building this infrastructure is beyond the reach of most startups and smaller companies. For many of these companies, cloud providers once seemed like the ideal solution, but concerns about data availability and security have caused some to reconsider the public cloud.

Fortunately, there is an alternative. Colocation data centers can provide companies with all the power and control they expect from an on-premises solution as well as the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of the cloud. With the data center as a service (DCaaS) model, today’s data center providers are finding ways to offer compelling solutions for fast-growing organizations looking to compete in an increasingly crowded market where speed and adaptability are critical to success.

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Rackspace Services With Blended Bandwidth - Data First

Our data centers are built with multiple layers of redundancy across physical security, power, cooling and networks — giving you greater uptime and reliability. Rackspace Blended Bandwidth takes the risk out of single-carrier contracts by combining connectivity from multiple Tier-1 carriers in one connection. Rackspace Colocation data centers have an average of more than eight carriers per facility offering connectivity services.

Our highly trained technicians and engineers can handle hardware installations, drive swaps, cable management. This white-glove migration service facilitates the movement of your hardware to a Rackspace data center. We can even perform an application assessment and design analysis based on your future-state cloud architecture. Rackspace provides direct access to the public cloud, private cloud, third-party data center or Rackspace managed hosting environment of your choice.

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Monday, 11 November 2019


A Windows Reseller Hosting Provider is a company that offers Reseller Hosting solutions to its customers. #CPTPL is a Reseller Hosting Provider that offers the Cheapest Reseller Hosting Solutions in the industry. We offer Affordable Reseller Hosting for customers who can then start their hosting business.

This Reseller hosting can then be customized into hosting packages for personal websites, Business Hosting for small business websites, and Professional Hosting for large enterprises. Our Reseller Hosting plans support unlimited domains, Email and FTP accounts with private name servers. All our Reseller Hosting Plans come with a 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee, a 99.981% Uptime Guarantee and Free 24/7 Local Support.

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Thursday, 7 November 2019

IT Network Management and Services

Network management is the process of administering and managing computer networks. Services provided by this discipline include fault analysis, performance management, provisioning of networks and maintaining the quality of service. NMS software can be installed either on premises on a dedicated server and managed on site, or accessed as a service, where the vendor supplies the tools the enterprise uses to administer and monitor its network. NMS software can manage a wide variety of network components, manufactured by multiple vendors.

Early versions of NMS software sometimes worked only with hardware manufactured by the same vendor, but those limitations have largely disappeared as networks have migrated to architectures based on equipment from multiple suppliers. On-premises NMS installation can allow for better control and customization of the software to meet specific goals. Managing the software internally can require additional IT staff and resources, however, and as the software ages, it will be the company's responsibility to upgrade it or replace it.

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