As a growing business, it’s important to always think about your company’s next steps. Part of this is setting up a digital infrastructure that can support you even as you take on new challenges. Storing your data in a colocation center ensures that you’ll easily be able to scale up when you need to. Coloco offers affordable data center colocation that’s ideal for a startup or mid-size business. Here’s why colocation is such a great option for growing businesses.
Multiple Rack Sizes
Over time, your business is naturally going to start needing more storage. Luckily, Coloco offers multiple rack sizes to suit your storage needs and your budget. You can opt for the starter rack early on and later upgrade to a full rack or even a duo rack as your company grows. Upgrading your rack will give you more storage and can give you a faster internet connection as well.
Increasing your storage space is much easier in a colocation center than it would be if you stored your data in-house. If you store your data in house, you would need to invest in more equipment, as well as the time it takes for your team to set it up. You would also need to find additional space for your new servers, which can be tricky if you are working out of a small office space. After it is all set up, you would then need employees to keep the equipment up and functioning.
At Coloco, we offer professional support to help you manage and scale your digital storage. If at any point you need new solutions for your growing business, our team can help you decide what makes the most sense. We can help you expand if you need to, but we can also help you restructure your servers to ensure that they’re still meeting your needs.
We also have 24/7 network monitoring on site, so if there are any issues with your servers, we can address them right away. Redundant connectivity as well as a properly air-conditioned space helps prevent damaging outages. Because of this, you can have a larger digital operation, even if you’re a fairly small team. You won’t have to take time out of your day to manage frustrating server issues. Instead, you can focus on what you do best – serving your customers.