QTS joined industry leaders in the IT landscape to sponsor and steward groundbreaking tax legislations that will spur growth in the data center market. Read this blog to learn more about the impact of HB 696.
With Data Privacy Day this week, we're reminded that cybersecurity for your business and personal data should always be top of mind.
As you create or enhance your company’s security strategy, here are five ways to assess the effectiveness of your current encryption capabilities.
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.
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.
As we enter the hottest months of the year, we want to highlight the efforts QTS makes to keep our data centers cooled while maintaining sustainable practices.
The modern business often does not have the manpower or resources to expend on managing their constantly evolving IT infrastructure. Here are four ways managed services could help you.
As a prime target of hackers, security protocols are at the forefront of a financial service company’s thoughts. QTS’ colocation services keep your data safe and your compliance up to date, allowing you to better serve your customers.
Chicago’s data needs have grown exponentially the last 10 years and finding a data center partner in the heart of downtown Chicago has been hard. Until now.
Choosing a data solutions partner for your business is an important decision. Whether you’re looking for a company to build a custom data center or provide colocation or cloud services for your company, it’s important that your partner meets your business’ specific needs.
Nearly 75% of businesses use more than one type of cloud solution to augment their IT services, whether it be public, private or hybrid cloud. Of those, 40% to 50% use more than one of the same type of cloud.