Data centre and cloud

  • Pioneering a nation-wide virtual contact centre

    Pioneering a nation-wide virtual contact centre

    In conversation with Crisis Services Canada about the benefits and challenges of creating a virtualized suicide-prevention service

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  • When disaster strikes, what’s your recovery plan?

    When disaster strikes, what’s your recovery plan?

    Disasters happen. Are you prepared?

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  • DDoS attacks: Is your cloud provider protected?

    DDoS attacks: Is your cloud provider protected?

    As the rate of DDoS attacks continues to climb, it’s important to ensure not only that you have protections in place, but that your cloud provider does too.

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  • Three ways to get buy-in for your cloud strategy

    Three ways to get buy-in for your cloud strategy

    Though IT leaders are sold on the benefits of cloud, non-technical management may need more convincing. Here are some winning arguments to support your business’s journey to the cloud.

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  • Three signs you may need to re-evaluate your cloud solution

    Three signs you may need to re-evaluate your cloud solution

    As your business needs change, so do your cloud requirements. Here are three common scenarios where you may want to evaluate your current cloud solution.

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  • Customers and vendors celebrate completion of Rogers Tier III GTA data centre

    Customers and vendors celebrate completion of Rogers Tier III GTA data centre

    September 12 marked the opening of the final phase of the Uptime Institute-certified Tier III Rogers data centre in the Greater Toronto Area. The completion of this fourth and final pod, spanning...

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  • Scaling a successful business is easier with the right technology

    Scaling a successful business is easier with the right technology

    Digital tools have improved the way we interact with customers - the opportunities are practically endless.

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  • Three misconceptions that keep businesses out of the cloud

    Three misconceptions that keep businesses out of the cloud

    Cloud computing offers numerous benefits to enterprises. But some common (and unfounded) fears are holding many businesses back.

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  • Up in the air about a cloud provider?

    Up in the air about a cloud provider?

    There are some important reasons your business may want to look for a cloud provider with data centres located exclusively within Canada.

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  • Private cloud vs. virtual private cloud: A primer for businesses

    Private cloud vs. virtual private cloud: A primer for businesses

    Trying to understand how private and virtual private clouds differ? This post explains it in plain English.

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  • Four things to look for in a colocation provider

    Four things to look for in a colocation provider

    Considering outsourcing your organization’s data centre? Here’s how to find a provider that will deliver the greatest benefits and reduce your risks.

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  • The business advantages of outsourcing your data

    The business advantages of outsourcing your data

    Colocation data centres can take the pain out of data management

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  • Cloud expectations for 2017: reduce work and costs, improve customer satisfaction

    Cloud expectations for 2017: reduce work and costs, improve customer satisfaction

    Cloud growth will continue to grow for 2017, but cloud service vendors are going to be taking some tall orders from executives that are expecting a big return.

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