January 16, 2020
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Backup and Disaster Recovery Explained

The loss of data is both costly and stressful. And when it comes to business operations, losing even 100 files will cost a company some downtime and even more significant is the loss of revenue. Most businesses can’t afford this […]
May 21, 2019
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5 Best Practices in Data Center Design

In this highly-technologized business era, data centers play a pivotal role in development and growth. With technology serving as the driving force of the modern business world, it is inevitable that the operational efficiency capabilities and the effectiveness of a […]
December 19, 2017
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A Timeline of Net Neutrality in the United States and What It All Means

Oh no, not another Net Neutrality article. We’ve intentionally held off on the subject because there are far better more educated journalists that did a far better job of explaining the intricacies of Net Neutrality. With that said, we felt […]
November 9, 2017
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A New Form of Data Storage Uses Magnetic Particles

Unless you’re a scientist (or Jaden Smith (is that reference outdated yet?)) then you probably don’t think about magnets all too often. Even more, there’s very little thought about magnets when you’re dealing with computers because we’ve all grown up […]
December 12, 2016
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7 Tips to Improve your e-Commerce SEO

If you’re setting up a new ecommerce platform, your choice of a web services/hosting provider and domain name is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. Many people are unaware of the impact the web hosting service and domain […]
May 18, 2016
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A History of the Gigabyte

When one thinks about personal data storage these days, the most common tech-term thrown around is the gigabyte. Your phone has to have over 16 gigabytes (GB) to store all your pictures (use iCloud or Google Drive, people…), your laptop […]
April 7, 2016

#CODEchella

For over three years, we have been incredibly proud to sponsor the CODEchella program– started by YouthBuild Charter School of California— that gives students the opportunity to learn basic coding techniques that would allow them to create their own website […]
January 8, 2016
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Colocation America Reviews: Superpowers

We get a little crazy when we group-Skype, so we thought, “Hey, let’s capture these great moments and put them on the web for four or five people to glance at and then leave.” But then, we had an even […]
December 23, 2015
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Colocation America Reviews: 2001

We get a little crazy when we group-Skype, so we thought, “Hey, let’s capture these great moments and put them on the web for four or five people to glance at and then leave.” But then, we had an even […]
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