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Whether for disaster recovery or as part of a technology outsource, many firms are considering moving servers and related infrastructure to a third-party hosting provider.

A growing number of IT firms offer hosting services. Some providers, seeking a low cost of entry, locate your equipment in their offices. Often a multi-tenant building or even sometimes an old house, these locations are typically fed from residential-class power and telephone circuits off the proverbial pole by the curb. It’s important to understand how these solutions compare to a world-class data center where redundancy and security features combine to ensure high availability access to your firm’s data and applications.

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