14 Feb The 5 Business Benefits of Utilizing a Data Center’s Communication Infrastructure
Data centers help companies save time and money by offering a one-stop shop for a variety of services like bandwidth, infrastructure, and disaster recovery. They also allow businesses to focus on their core competencies while reducing the risk of disruptions and eliminating the pain of juggling multiple service providers.
A data center’s communication infrastructure offers your business 5 key benefits:
1: Reduces administration management costs. Companies can run mean and lean, without purchasing and maintaining expensive equipment that requires constant upkeep.
2: Eliminates the need for specialized staff. Leverage the data center’s staff expertise to keep your team focused on your core mission.
3: Provides a single point of contact for escalations. It’s easier to communicate any issues or concerns and have them addressed quickly.
4: Ensures economies of scale. Leverage a data center’s purchasing power and ability to negotiate better rates on equipment and services.
5: Creates a cost-effective disaster recovery and backup solution. Interconnected data centers store data in multiple locations and seamlessly transfer data between sites if needed.
Finding The Right Fit for Your Business
It’s important to note that when it comes to data centers, one size does not fit all. Before selecting a data center partner, consider:
- the level of control you want over your network provider,
- the importance of cost reduction,
- whether you need a partner to support your business as it grows and scales.
The right-fit data center partner makes finding the best solutions easy. More specifically, carrier-neutral data centers offer businesses the ability to choose the best connectivity options without being tied to a specific carrier – providing ultimate flexibility for businesses to leverage the best solution to suit their unique needs.
Our fully redundant, interconnected Portland data centers provide all the benefits listed above in addition to delivering the lowest-possible latency to users around the world. We’d love for you to see them in person. Contact us for a tour.