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Businesses require constant access to information and data to manage complex deployments and to ensure reliability and uptime. However, running an in-house data center can be quite a challenge. Building the infrastructure, purchasing the hardware, securing and maintaining the facility, and troubleshooting multiple kinds of issues will become a drain on time, energy, resources, and capital.

There are multiple benefits of colocation for your new start-up. Coloco is one such provider of colocation services that you can opt for.

 

 

 

The following are the benefits of colocation for your new start-up:

1. Shared cost of space and equipment

Many data centers allow multiple companies to receive the benefits of sharing the price for the space and redundant infrastructure. This method is known to be more cost-effective as compared to maintaining their own data center facilities. It benefits smaller companies by allowing them access to better infrastructure, data center operators, and secure data center locations. Choosing Coloco as your data center will help you with better reliability and performance.

2. More network and cloud connectivity options

Many colocation providers aim to offer their clients tons of network and cloud connectivity options.

Colocation provides their clients several carriers to choose from. The carrier pricing with colocation service companies will be competitive.  The customer will enjoy the volume discount the datacenter already has in place with its carriers.  They also offer low latency and private connections to major cloud providers, facilitating a hybrid cloud model.

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3. Top-tier security

Moving hosting to a new location is not a headache any more.

Data centers provide top-tier security for data storage for thousands of businesses. Data centers are fitted with high-end security monitoring systems.

Biometric entry systems and restricted passcodes are placed to ensure access control measures. Access is reserved for authorized personnel only.

4. Redundancy

Most data centers are built with redundancy and are designed to include infrastructure, which is not achievable in many office locations. Power, networking, cooling, and bandwidth are all operated through multiple connections. If there is any occurrence of power failure, systems are automatically switched to generators to avoid downtime or elimination of potential data loss.

4. Risk Management

Hosting data at an off-site location is secure. It allows businesses to have adequate recovery from any disaster in a way that is not possible if the hardware and software are housed in the same place as business operations. If an unfortunate event occurs, such as a flood or fire that results in compromised data, backups kept on data center servers remain unaffected and can be easily accessed for recovery after the event passes.