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Businesses across the region turn to SecureData 365 for their colocation needs because they realize that without their systems, for any amount of time, they’ll soon be out of business.
Industry leaders’ networks need to remain up – be it for order processing, accounting, sales, operations, manufacturing – literally every aspect of business depends on an “always on” computer system.
As SecureData 365 is a facility built from the ground up to be a data center, clients are assured a protected environment that includes the latest technology when it comes to cabinets, power, cooling, and support infrastructure. It’s because of our facility and the redundancies we’ve built that we’ve never been down.
We believe that colocation should include key foundational services that are critical to the successful operation of your company’s computing environment. We offer much more than just space – our world-class data center is backed by our professional staff and ITIL-based processes.
Different companies, whether due to their size or services, may require different data center needs. Some companies ease into colocation because they have specially engineered software that may require different needs than a common software, but don’t have the space to support it. For these solutions, SecureData 365 can customize our services, providing a server rack and virtual servers to fulfill that company’s needs.
As part of our commitment to you and your operations, SecureData 365’s colocation service includes:
Partnership with C3 / Cloud Computing Concepts Brings Hosted PBX and Virtual Desktop Services to SecureData 365 Facilities Canton, Ohio – SecureData365, Ohio’s premier data center operator with […]
In a feature in The New York Times a few weeks ago they did an in-depth dive into how data centers in Texas are creating a min-economic boom.
Showtime’s The Circus turned to SecureData 365 and our unmatched bandwidth capabilities to help them get Ohio’s primary coverage on the air.