The private cloud allows you to utilize a proprietary, single-tenant architecture that is dedicated to your organization. You may be exploring whether it is right to move some or all of your data and applications to the private cloud. Here are three key reasons to make the move.
In our increasingly digital world, connectivity is at the heart of how we interact with each other in commercial, professional and personal settings. At QTS we’ve designed a robust portfolio of connectivity solutions, each designed to meet a distinct set of need.
March's IT events are diving deep into topics like data center design, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, while the speaker lists feature some of IT’s preemptive thought leaders. Take a look at where we’re heading this month.
The theme for HIMSS17 was “Where the Brightest Minds in Health and IT Meet." For five days industry leaders from the healthcare, technology and government landscapes converged on Orlando to discuss revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and today’s most pervasive challenges. In this blog we will take a look at the week’s prevailing themes and discussions.
As you consider how to unburden your in-house team and encourage innovation, partnering with a fully-integrated data center provider can help you reduce inefficiencies, maximize investments in legacy applications and/or seamlessly migrate to the cloud. This blog highlights some of ways your data center provider should be able to support your overall IT strategy and in-house team.
Growth is fundamental to success. When it comes to your IT strategy, the term “growth” can bring entirely different implications. We've outlined how your data center provider can help you build an effective IT growth strategy.
With the expansion of FDCCI and introduction of DCOI, the federal government has continued to focus on efforts to modernize IT and reduce inefficiencies. Agencies are now seeking to leverage the combined expertise of both the public and private sector. In this blog, we've outlined three key considerations to consider when optimizing their data center strategy.
Cloud computing comes in four delivery models: Public, Private, Community and Hybrid. Several factors will drive an organization's choice of cloud. We will take a look at each model to give you a better understanding of which cloud(s) makes most sense for your business needs.
A variety of organizations face challenges when balancing how to harness new technology with their current financial resources and manpower. Many IT leaders are engaged in conversations right now about which IT functions should stay in-house and which should be outsourced. So let’s take a look at how to build the right in-house vs. outsource balance to best fit your organization’s needs.
In his last blog, QTS CISO Andrew Wild explained what Data Privacy Day is, why privacy is important, and the threats to privacy. In this article, he will focus on the things that each of us as individuals can do to safeguard our privacy, and the things that organizations should do to ensure compliance with privacy laws as well as best privacy practices to be a good corporate citizen.
Did you know that Saturday, January 28th 2017 is Data Privacy Day (DPD)? Events on DPD are focused on building awareness about the importance of privacy, data protection, and trust.
As the data landscape evolves, it becomes exponentially more complex. As a direct result, organizations’ IT needs are growing as well. IT decision makers don’t want to juggle multiple vendors and solutions. Instead, they want a partner that offers a comprehensive, fully integrated service platform. But what does a fully integrated service platform look like?