Monthly Archives: November 2012

Five Reasons for Private Cloud Adoption

As a Charlotte colocation provider, we engage companies in need of secure facilities, reliable infrastructure, and flexible solutions that enable them to execute on a variety of project to improve their operations. Private cloud deployments through the adaptation of virtualization

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Top 4 Data Center Concerns

As companies begin to explore the many benefits of utilizing a Charlotte data center for colocation, managed hosting, and cloud computing many organizations are learning how these service providers have taken all critical components of data management into account.  Here

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Practical Charlotte Data Center Benefits

Charlotte data center services providers are recognizing a growing trend indicating that businesses are beginning to understand the benefits that can be leveraged by incorporating data center services into their enterprise IT operations. Briefly, data centers are facilities that are

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Facebook + Mobile Payments = Customer Rewards

Facebook + Mobile Payments = Customer Rewards In the same week that Facebook announced it would be opening a massive North Carolina data center; news also came out about how the social networking firm may soon make the “point of

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Compelling Reasons for Charlotte Colocation

Compelling Reasons for Charlotte Colocation There are likely many companies interested in Charlotte colocation services that just don’t fully comprehend how colcation services (or other data center services) may be able to help their businesses. Below are two situational perspectives

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Charlotte Business Journal 2012

DC74 Data Centers would like to thank you for scanning our QR code in the special edition of the Charlotte Business Journal.  We’d like to extend a special invitation to you to take a tour of our facilities and gain

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Charlotte Colocation Hedges the Risk of Cloud Computing

Business leaders and Charlotte colocation providers alike have heard the claims of the nearly limitless benefits associated with migrating IT operations to the cloud to the point of “cloud nausuem.”  Most would likely agree that cloud services provide value to

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