Anyone who has worked with QTS, from our partners to customers, will tell you that what sets us apart from our competitors is our people. All of our products, services and facilities are “powered by people” and we take that commitment very seriously.
The data industry is preparing for seasonal increases in data usage and storage. We examine five reasons why consumers are spending more time connected this time of year.
Considering the multiple challenges facing industry leaders in building strategies for both the provision and conversation of energy, we’ve outlined three key considerations that directly impact the sustainability of a facility.
We examine two key areas of e-commerce operations that are vital PCI DSS checkpoints for ensuring that your customers’ data is secure and your site doesn’t become an easy target for hackers.
Although technology has certainly changed and advanced, what has remained the constant within the culture of QTS is our commitment to the communities in which we have data center sites. We have remained steadfast in our core value of supporting family, faith and community volunteerism in the communities our employee’s live and work.
Even though the official first day of winter isn’t until December 21, the data industry is already getting ready for what the season has in store this year.
When we think about the threats posed by hackers, we often focus on the security and liability implications that come from compromised sensitive data. However, another important consideration is how an attack can impact business continuity.
Big Data isn’t just a tech term any more, it appears in everyday conversations. It’s popping up in headlines from Forbes, Fortune and Bloomberg. So we’re taking a look at where it all began and what it means in America’s largest city.
All of those abbreviations can get you a little turned around sometimes, so we’re taking you through some of the more common, and most important, acronyms used by data center providers.
QTS proudly hosted our annual Partner Advisory Council at our mega data center in Chicago. It was great to get people we work with on a daily basis together at our beautiful new site.
Fall is in full swing and we are hitting the road for some of the year’s most exciting and engaging events this month. The QTS team will be networking with the Chicago business community and learning more about the opportunities and challenges area companies are facing, plus many other exciting events.
Everything is bigger in Texas, from the population to the barbecue sandwiches – and data usage and storage are no exception. Dallas is not only a hub for some of the country’s largest industries, including energy, telecommunications, manufacturing and finance, the state itself is home to 52 Fortune 500 companies.