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Colocation

Colocation is the act of moving your on-premise physical server to a third party data centre. With your servers being crucial to the running of your business, making sure they’re secure and highly available is key. As well as moving your servers to our data centres we can take care of the management of them, our experienced engineers are available to be your eyes and hands.


Benefits of Colocation

  • Cost-savings

    Colocation enables you to save on initial infrastructure investment as well as the ongoing savings of maintaining the data centre.

  • Reduced downtime

    Colocation data centres are built to deliver the best performance with enhanced resources including bandwidth, internet connectivity, diversified power sources, cooling and physical security ensures hardware is functioning optimally.

  • Security

    Having your servers in a third party data centre provides a higher level of security than if they were housed in your office.

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