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A worldwide ransomware attack called WannaCry hit more than 150 countries since its release. This massive attack started Friday, May 12th and continues to put organizations and individuals at risk. It has even affected healthcare...

Los Angeles Network Cabling can be tricky, time consuming, and expensive… but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve put together a success strategy for your network cabling project to mitigate expense, risk and best prepare...

Not many people enjoy spending their revenue on technology expenses, but many businesses have to. Small businesses spend an average of 6.9% of revenue on IT according to TechTarget. This IT costs are a necessity...

When it comes to network technology, new solutions are being redesigned and reinvented constantly. While some solutions may just be disguised as old technology with a new name, the following are three network technology solutions...

Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides cloud services as well as on-demand computing resources. Rather than running your own server and worrying about security protocols or maintenance, you can utilize AWS resources, which scale with you as...

Email hacking takes place throughout the world every day. You may be familiar with the email attack that occurred in 2016 during the presidential election. John Podesta suffered a phishing attack which led to the...

What is DDos? A DDoS attack, denial of services, prevents legitimate users from accessing a website or a system. The process generally involves flooding a system with requests which causes the site to crash. Hackers have...

Your inbox is full of valuable information and data whether you realize it or not. Email security plays an important role for any business or individual. Hackers are becoming smarter and using various tactics to...

If you had the option to pay higher or lower costs for your business, which would you choose? It’s safe to assume that most people would prefer to spend less money if given the choice. Companies...

Today, IT infrastructure serves as the foundation for most businesses. If that infrastructure crumbles, the company faces extinction. That’s why it’s more important than ever for companies to analyze Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and develop long-term IT strategies. Colocation is the middle ground between the cloud and owning a data center, and it’s an IT strategy that works for businesses of all sizes, even those that can afford to own and operate their own data centers.  Here are five reasons why companies of varying sizes maintain footprints in collocation facilities: