Hybrid Cloud Is The New Way To Go

Published Mar 9, 2017 by Carter Myers

T5 Data Centers Enterprise Colocation Solution provides the built in architecture for your enterprises to deploy its Hybrid IT strategy.

T5 Data Centers – TheLEADER Magazine

Published Mar 8, 2017 by David Horowitz

T5 Data Centers is featured in the March issue of CoreNet’s monthly magazine TheLEADER. In this article, David Horowitz of T5 takes a look at the IT challenges faced by corporations to develop the most effective strategy for storing and managing their IT infrastructure.

5 Things We Can Learn From The AWS Outage

Published Mar 2, 2017 by Bob Kramlich

According to SimilarTech 148,213 companies rely on AWS S3. 3-4 trillion pieces of data are stored on it. When there’s an outage, we all are impacted to some extent. As more and more companies adopt a cloud-first or cloud-only strategy, incidents like the one on Feb. 28th will become more impactful.

5 Things To Consider After Choosing A Data Center Provider

Published Feb 14, 2017 by Bob Kramlich

Making the decision to put one’s computer infrastructure into a data center colocation facility is certainly a transformative process. Usually teams of stakeholders in a business have input on what they need in this process to better meet the demands of the business.

What Makes the Chicago Data Center Market Great?

Published Nov 22, 2016 by David Horowitz

Companies looking for efficient and cost effective data center solutions should look no further than Chicago. It’s a market with rich data center history that is risk averse to natural disasters or potential power grid failures because of its central location.

Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Comes of Age

Published Sep 19, 2016 by Craig Mckesson

With the demand for real-time data access comes the need for real-time insight into the network infrastructure. Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is now available to provide real-time data center insight and control.

Outsourced Data Centers: One Overall Concern

Published Jun 28, 2016 by Bob Kramlich

When a company evaluates a third party corporate data center for colocation or disaster recovery, the price of services is usually a concern. However, it is not the main concern. . .while one corporate data center operator may provide them with a lower price for monthly service, will that operator be the most highly available data center operator for that company’s applications?