- 02.26 2015ArticlesHybrid cloud architecture is quickly becoming the preferred way of conducting business among cloud providers. By leveraging the management of resources between internal and external sources, an organization can improve the reliability and stability of a service. This is an ideal situation for companies that want to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness that public cloud computing environments provide, while still allocating critical applications to secure, managed and controlled in-house resources... Read More ➚
- 02.23 2015ArticlesThe adoption of cloud computing services by healthcare organizations is set to soar, with hosted services providing a cost-effective alternative to on-premise storage implementation, says Computer Weekly. Back in 2004 global healthcare organizations spent $4.2 billion on cloud computing services - hosted medical services - but this figure will rise 20% per year through to 2020, when Persistent Market Research predicts that it will exceed $12.6 billion... Read More ➚
- 02.20 2015ArticlesWhile it may seem that the Cloud and data or colocation centers are competitors, in reality, Cloud-based companies are increasingly using data centers to outsource their massive data storage needs. In recent years, businesses have been moving to the Cloud at an increasingly high rate. While the Cloud creates a new market within the data center industry, data centers are uniquely certified and able to support large data and application needs specific to Cloud companies, thus creating a mutually beneficial relationship. Global Cloud traffic is expected to grow 4.5-fold (a 35% combined annual growth rate) by 2017, according to the Cisco Global Cloud Index... Read More ➚
- 02.18 2015ArticlesEvery few years there is a new “next big thing” in the fast-changing computing industry. Sometimes these “next big things” have proven to be fads or simply repackaged versions of what has come before. But sometimes the latest craze is worth paying attention to because it signals a more significant shift to new capabilities and applications that will have a more profound impact on our lives. The internet of things (IoT) is today’s “next big thing” – certainly if column inches in the media are anything to go by. But let’s be clear, this doesn’t mean yesterday’s “next big things,” like the cloud, are going away. Cloud is the vital infrastructure for a host of applications. It is tough to imagine our current lives without cloud computing, and the cloud is the technology infrastructure (along with electricity itself) that literally keeps the world working, communicating and learning – and therefore, the IoT needs the cloud to reach its full potential... Read More ➚
- 02.17 2015Press ReleasesNEW YORK – February 17, 2015 – Telx®, a leading provider of global interconnectivity, data center solutions and cloud enablement services, today announced that the third largest cloud hosting company in the world, DigitalOcean, has expanded its cloud platform after deploying additional virtual servers in Telx's SCL2 data center in Santa Clara, CA... Read More
- 02.12 2015ArticlesHybrid Cloud is seen as being more agile and secure. EMC has released the findings of a global IT business decision-maker survey which gauged the global sentiment about IT's evolving role in organizations today. The survey revealed that there is a global increase in the adoption of cloud computing and that the majority of respondents cited hybrid cloud as the preferred option due to its greater agility and security... Read More ➚
- 02.03 2015Press ReleasesNEW YORK – February 3, 2015 – Telx®, a leading provider of global interconnectivity, data center solutions and cloud enablement services, and AMS-IX USA Inc., a subsidiary of AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange), today announced they have partnered to open an AMS-IX New York Point of Presence (PoP) within Telx's NYC2 data center facility at 111 8th Avenue... Read More
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