We were honored to be in the Charlotte Business Journal Fast 50 list once again in 2016! The Fast 50 is a list of the fastest growing private companies in the greater Charlotte NC region as ranked by revenue growth
DC74 was pleased to host a Smart City event with local speakers from the City of Charlotte. The term “Smart City” refers to the integration of multiple technologies and data sources to manage city assets. These assets include transportation, power,
We were pleased to attend the Analytics Frontiers conference on March 30. The Data Science Initiative at UNC Charlotte conducted the conference, and over 400 people attended the all-day event. The audience was excited to hear from the experts in
Top 4 Traits MSPs Look For In A Data Center Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are the trusted partners for the technical needs of most small and medium sized businesses. Businesses will frequently ask their MSP to recommend data centers to
2015 marked the third consecutive year DC74 Data Centers was named as one of the top 10 fastest growing private companies in the area. The Charlotte Business Journal publishes their Fast 50 list of the fastest growing companies in the
The importance of keeping your business information and applications safe and available continues to rise as your company grows. If your company servers are on premise then, without the security, redundancy, and power infrastructure of a colocation data center, you
I’ve frequently been asked whether public or private cloud is better, when or if a move from public to private cloud should take place, and how I deal with legacy applications as a part of a move to the cloud. The right answer depends on a client’s specific needs. Of course, that answer is too vague for most people, so I thought I would throw out some of the things that inform my recommendations.
DC74 was pleased to host the Charlotte Regional Technology Executives Council (CRTEC) meeting in September. Paula Paul was the guest speaker, and her topic was “Beyond Brogramming: Adventures in Diversity, Tech, and Twitter”. A diverse audience of over 40 people
DC74 was pleased to host Charlotte’s first GigWOW Experience on Sept. 17. GigWOW attracted over 130 business leaders from across the Piedmont to experience high-speed Internet first hand. Our connection enabled four demo companies to show off their Gigabit apps, and for attendees to try out the speed for themselves.
Imagine the future where a “smart” traffic light analyzes the traffic volume at an intersection and then adjusts, in real-time, to greatly reduce congestion. The future is now. Leveraging a technology known as “adaptive signals”, traffic jams are becoming a thing of the past…