Reducing Data Storage Costs and Risk While Increasing Data Accessibility in the New NormalMay 14, 2020
Estimates show that data is seeing a yearly 35 percent increase leading enterprises to double on-site storage, which results in overbuilds and wasted capital across infrastructure, power, and staffing according to Absolute Reports. This inability to cost-effectively keep up with storage, compute and power needs makes the strongest case for why many businesses are turning to Telehouse Teleport New York.
Few providers in the Tri-state area can provide the modern facilities, redundant power supplies, carrier neutrality, and high connectivity needed for companies in New Jersey and New York. Today’s businesses require wide-ranging services that are accessible and affordable to everyone from startups to global enterprise. They also need infrastructure resources that ensure business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) backup for critical workloads and applications.
Telehouse Teleport New York has emerged to meet these constantly changing needs that New York and New Jersey organizations face today when they require colocation in New Jersey or New York. These services and Tier 3 facilities are designed to provide the ideal solution to untenable Capex of internal data center builds and expansions that also provide the security, scalability, customization, and connectivity along with cost savings.
Businesses seeking New York or New Jersey colocation look beyond the basics of floor space to the ability to leverage enhanced power and cooling capabilities. This is imperative to further reduction of their ongoing infrastructure and data storage colocation costs. The demand for select providers like Telehouse Teleport space and services increases because businesses and organizations need one-stop access to tools for managing and overseeing their infrastructure that goes far beyond anything they could afford on-prem.
For server colocation, New Jersey and New York businesses need remote hands with the expertise in leading virtualization technologies to make the most of containerization and high-density servers. This does more than provide support for businesses as they attempt to reduce data center foot traffic in the era of COVID-19.
The long-range implications of a return to whatever constitutes normal business operations will see a need for combatting other natural and man-made disasters from hurricanes to cyber-attacks. The added ability to gain operational and office space from a leading New York and New Jersey colocation provider can mean the difference between halting business and continued operation as part of a BCDR plan.
Businesses are facing unprecedented challenges via globalization, the need for mobility and data security, major data growth, and the need to store and make it actionable in real time at a lower cost. Those are all reasons the data colocation market is currently over $40 Billion and estimated to grow at around 14% CAGR between now and 2025 according to Global Market Insights.
Businesses and organizations across the Tri-state area are in search of solutions that provide greater security, mitigation of service interruptions, scalability, and service options along with a reduced total cost of ownership. Leading New York and New Jersey colocation data center providers are meeting those evolving business needs today and are best poised to meet them tomorrow.