A recent study by the Ponemon Institute indicates that 71% of respondents say their business model is dependent upon their data center to generate revenue and conduct e-commerce.
Therefore, IT leaders are called to ensure their company’s data center solution can handle today’s and tomorrow’s business needs – efficiently, securely, and reliably.
Many firms require disaster recovery options that include both active and passive data center configurations. Historically, this may have been a daunting and resource intensive task, especially when connectivity costs are considered
This executive report shows how you can mix and match high-quality data centers and then access the CyrusOne’s National Internet Exchange (IX) to get a robust connectivity solution for your production and disaster recovery needs – all at a price most companies cannot achieve on their own.
Josh’s role is driving the expansion of CyrusOne’s use of Internet exchanges at all of its locations to significantly increase the number of providers available to customers and enable Internet peering, and industry changing Seismic peering. He reports directly to Gary Wojtaszek, President & Chief Executive Officer of CyrusOne.
Josh spent the last 12 years as Vice President of Business Development at Terremark Worldwide. There, he developed new business in emerging markets and drove all business-related peering throughout the company’s portfolio. In addition to his role at Terremark, Josh was affiliated with industry-leading organizations such as the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG), Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE), the European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX), and the Global Peering Forum (GPF), a joint venture that he co-founded with Equinix, AMS-IX, DE-CIX, and LINX.