Businesses of all types today operate using massive amounts of data. Having a safe, secure, and controlled place to house this data can be a challenge. In-house server storage is often complex, costly, and risky, which is why most companies turn to data center solutions for their data handling and storage.
Most data centers are located in central areas of the world. This includes major areas of commerce in the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. Within each of these geographic locations, the data centers must follow specific data handling and storage protocols and regulations. Data center solutions must follow these requirements to keep your business in compliance.
Connectivity and Location
Choosing a data center for location is important to reduce latency and to improve performance and end-user experienced. Connectivity to major telecom and internet hubs is critical to improving the performance and network services capacity of the location.
Colocation allows the business to use space within a data center. The physical servers for the business are maintained in an area that is climate controlled, secure, and has a main and backup power supply. This allows the business to house the physical server off-site and has the data center staff maintain and monitor the equipment around the clock.
Security and Reputation
All data center solutions should start with a review of the security in the facility. This includes not only ongoing monitoring and software protection but also advanced security on the property to avoid internal breaches and potential security risks.
Web Werks offers a full range of data center solutions that are customized to the needs of our clients. For more information on how we can help your business, see us online at www.webwerks.in.