Now an autonomous car comes along and can do 150 times what a phone do? That kind of growth is going to require data center and infrastructure that can hyperscale. QTS has been a proven partner in the hyperscale landscape for over a decade. We are a provider of multi-megawatt deployments to high-growth cloud and possess a unique combination of maturity and innovation that serves as the foundation of our 5-Point Hyperscale Promise.
Our experts will be hitting the road to discuss how the global IT community is building solutions for a constantly evolving data center landscape. See our blog to learn more about where QTS travels to this month.
The video streaming explosion and increased cord-cutting is a real world example of the type of IT growth driving the hyperscale landscape. With massive libraries containing thousands of films, sitcoms, documentaries and more, streaming companies require immense IT capacity with fail-proof capabilities. Learn more.
The IT industry is continually looking to build more energy-efficient facilities that have a smaller impact on the environment. Water conservation is integral aspect of these initiatives.
A new service model has emerged from an increase in IT demand: Hyperscale Service Provider (HSP). Hyperscale has come to mean a lot of things, but at its core is the ability to scale all elements of IT architecture and provision rapidly to meet demand as it increases. In this blog, QTS CTO Brian Johnston discusses the five fundamentals of an HSP.
QTS Chief Officer Jon Greaves has stopped by our blog to discuss the launch of the QTS Service Delivery Platform. He's walking us through the three key capabilities of the QTS SDP.
From California to Georgia with a couple of stops along the way, we’re joining CIOs, CTOs and IT professionals from every industry for some exciting conferences and events this month. Learn more about these IT events.
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are at the foundation of building a successful hybrid IT strategy. When moving some or all of your IT responsibilities to a third-party provider, it is imperative that both parties understand how responsibilities will be shared and divided, as well as what the agreed upon service guarantees in terms of uptime, network availability and incident response. We've outlined some key insights to utilize when crafting a federal Service Level Agreement.
Your network connects your business with crucial partners, stakeholders and customers. As you move more of your operations, CRM and communication into the digital realm, you also increase your risk. Every piece of data that moves across your network has a value associated with it and cybercriminals are working around-the-clock to find weaknesses in your connectivity solution. See these four ways to assess your network security.
As you create or enhance your company’s security strategy, here are five ways to assess the effectiveness of your current encryption capabilities.
This week, QTS Executive Vice President David McOmber joined FedRAMP director Matt Goodrich and CRSA CTO Seth Abrams on Federal News Radio’s Tech Talk to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the expansion of hybrid IT.
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.