The Increasing Significance Of The Colocation Data Center During Covid-19April 6, 2020
When it comes to the needs of your data center, New Jersey and New York businesses are going through a trying time along with the rest of the country. As Covid-19 changes how we do business across the world, colocation becomes a more important part of staying connected, collaborating, and moving forward in a cost effective and safe way.
As travel bans become the order of the day, global businesses based in the New York Tri-state area are making tough decisions about how to keep people safe as the priority while also keeping them employed and the business running. Many of these businesses provide vital products and services that will be critical to recovery moving forward in the midst of the crisis and in a coming new normal.
The fact is that the shift to Telehouse New York colocation centers with robust network connectivity is part of a national trend, especially among enterprises in New Jersey and New York. This makes the Telehouse Tier 3 New York Teleport data centers a vital link managed services capabilities and network connectivity.
The current global health pandemic may accelerate that trend as enterprises look at the needs for connectivity and access to cloud providers. That means colocation providers like Telehouse that are built on carrier neutrality and high connectivity to enable a business to have global access to data.
The need for backup and disaster recovery has never been more vital with stay out home orders and a fully remote workforce. Man-made and natural disasters from cyber threats to hurricanes and flooding won’t stop in the face of a global pandemic, so ensuring that critical data and application access continues is not only good for New York and New Jersey, it’s good for those business in the tri-state area with operations across the globe.
With the data center New Jersey businesses will need to find cost effective ways of to ensure collaboration for its remote workforce in ways that go beyond the limits of this crisis. Security, safety and redundancy are the major concerns for businesses with their people first and their data a close second.
A move to colocation can ensure they have the right tools to work remotely (including access to any critical systems that in other situations might not be remotely accessible. As traffic spikes continue to be reported, the best colocation providers will deliver redundant power supplies that ensure your bare metal and virtual servers are always doing their job. That can be key for ecommerce where access demands are the life’s blood of the business.
As the effects of the virus play out, New Jersey and New York businesses must ensure that disruptions are minimized or eliminated and there are proven plans in place to minimize IT personnel exposure. By making a transition from your on-prem New Jersey data center to Telehouse colocation data centers, you have access to remote hands.
This also gives you on-site operational support to handle any server maintenance, virtualization or expansion needs, and troubleshooting of critical data center equipment. By removing the need to have your personnel physical working in on-prem or coming to Telehouse facilities by leveraging these services, you can keep people safe and maintain control of mission-critical infrastructure.
It’s never been more important for everyone to work together to keep people safe. By leveraging Telehouse New York Data Centers, your New Jersey business can plan for safety while planning for the future.