It’s the fastest growing and maybe the most mysterious means of storing huge collections of data, including photos, music and documents. It’s called “The Cloud.”
Companies should instead be looking to build-to-suit data centers, which are facilities that are custom-designed and constructed specifically for your company according to your IT specifications, but the building itself is owned by a data center provider.
It is rare to come across someone who doesn’t own some type of smart device — whether that is a smartphone, tablet, or watch.
In time for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, CyrusOne’s Rick Henson shares what companies should consider when prepping plans to handle a data breach.
Construction Global caught up with Vice President of CyrusOne, Laramie Dorris. We discussed growth, the future of technology, and its long-awaited ‘Goliath Project’
CyrusOne has announced the record-setting time period from ground breaking to completion of its newest 30 Megawatt facility on its Northern Virginia campus. Completed in just under six months, the project was delivered in the shortest time to market interval for an enterprise scale data center of this size. Driving this outstanding accomplishment was CyrusOne’s use of Massively Modular® engineering methods and advanced manufacturing supply chain techniques which enable the company to provide for the lowest costs and fastest time to market in the data center industry.
The global colocation market is in the midst of consolidation with larger industry players buying up smaller data center operators to grow their geographic reach. But even smaller operators can earn serious money in the current climate: according to Synergy Research, the overall colocation market grew 10 percent between the first quarter of 2015 and the first quarter of 2016.