Monthly Archives: February 2014

Storage Options

on February 10, 2014 Technical with 0 comments

In a physical environment, storage is connected directly to the server. Storage may be internal to the server chassis or in an external array. The biggest downside to storage in a physical environment is that a specific server expects complete ownership of the physical device, with an entire disk tied to a single server. Storage […]

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Host Server Hardware

on February 10, 2014 Did you know? with 0 comments

For the business owner, the question to ask is: Do you really want to trust your business data and processes to just any hardware? Most businesses will be far happier with a computer that is ready-made to be a dedicated server than with one that began life as a standard desktop computer. If your company’s […]

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VPS – Virtual Private Servers

on February 10, 2014 Did you know? with 0 comments

Physical vs Virtual – What is the difference? The most significant difference between physical and virtual servers is whether the Operating System is running on physical hardware or virtual hardware and therefore how the systems resources are managed. In a physical (or dedicated) server setup, the Operating System (such as Windows Server) is installed directly […]

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Rack Units and Power Distribution

on February 3, 2014 Did you know?, Technical with 0 comments

rack unit (RU) is the standard size for measuring equipment to be mounted in 19-inch racks used in almost all datacenters worldwide. Individual pieces of rack-mountable equipment such as servers, switches, routers, blades and so on can vary in size. Racks typically accommodate equipment 19 inches wide with size variance being a matter of depth; […]

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Internet Communication Solutions

on February 3, 2014 Technical with 0 comments

ith the global increase of information availability, Internet connectivity has become a mission-critical business tool that can struggle as regional technology races to catch up. Resilience, redundancy and reduced latency in communications are key factors in determining production site & data recovery facility locations. Through design and strategic partnerships we can ensure availability to your […]

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Our Datacenter Connectivity

on February 3, 2014 Technical with 0 comments

he datacenter is connected via redundant Cisco powered network which is built to ensure maximum network responsiveness and uptime. Multiple fibre optic backbone connections enter the datacenter through physically separate conduits in order to maintain connectivity in the unlikely event of a fibre cut. The network features include: In addition to hardware-based protection, we offer […]

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