In an increasingly dangerous world, disaster recovery preparedness is crucial for data centers to protect clients and remain successful and functioning. Mark W. Jobson, Director of Product Marketing for Iron Mountain’s data center business unit, discusses the state of DR preparedness and how it pertains to the colocation industry.
Watch this webinar replay featuring 451 Research’s Principal Analyst, Carl Lehmann, and Iron Mountain’s Technology Director, Don Davis, as they discuss…
• The market and technology trends that influence workload, data center and cloud strategy
• How to evaluate the characteristics of various workloads and execution venues
• How to manage workloads across on-premises and off-premises ecosystems
Iron Mountain has agreed to purchase Denver-based FORTRUST for $128 million, continuing the consolidation in the data center industry.
As we look into an even more digitally-enabled future – data center administrators and business leaders must decide – Build or Buy? Find out the benefits and considerations around each approach, and where the decision-making process will take you.
Today, organizations are more reliant than ever on technology to drive business imperatives and opportunities. In many cases IT leaders are recognizing that existing data centers may not suitable for this new era in IT in their current state, thus the next step is whether to build vs buy. To Learn more about the build VS buy debate download this white paper.
As a colocation service provider, data center compliance is far from a “necessary evil”. A fully integrated compliance program becomes the foundation of service delivery and evolves to ensure long-term customer satisfaction and industry sustainability.
The latest company to provision green power for its data centers is Iron Mountain, which today announced a 15-year agreement to purchase 25 megawatts of wind power capacity from a new wind farm in Pennsylvania.