Achieving low cost, low latency application performance is a top priority of IT Managers. Especially, when it comes to one of the fastest growing technology segments today: The Internet of Things or IoT. So, what’s the key to success in designing low latency IT infrastructure solutions? Well, to coin a phrase commonly used in real estate, “Location! Location! Location!”
The entire Federal News Radio broadcast featuring Gupta, Bergesen and Burke is available on-demand now. Click here to access all three segments and learn more about adapting your agency to the new hybrid IT model today.
De-risking is a top IT priority and covers more than just security and compliance considerations. A comprehensive hybrid de-risking strategy also includes infrastructure failure prevention and a cloud-based disaster recovery solution.
QTS experts examine key considerations of each component of hybrid IT and how you can ensure you get the most visibility, control and ROI from your environments.
While hybrid cloud strategies enable enterprises to get the most out of their IT and scale in a cost-effective way, there are key considerations that should be incorporated into planning to ensure your IT structure is scalable and secure.
To get the most out of your IT performance and build a scalable strategy that streamlines your day-to-day management, you’ll need to start with three core principles: digitization, analysis and automation.
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.
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.
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.
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?
Whether your environment is public, private or hybrid, performing a bit of seasonal maintenance can significantly optimize computing resource performance.
With the opening of QTS’ mega data center in Chicago’s CBD, enterprises and government agencies now have easier access to an integrated platform of colocation, cloud and managed services.