By 2020, 92 Percent of All Data Center Traffic Will be Cloud

Ref: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/by-2020-92-percent-of-all-data-center-traffic-will-be-cloud Cloud data center traffic will exceed 14 zettabytes in 2020, an increase of 262 percent from 2015, according to the Cisco Global Cloud Index (PDF). Released Thursday, the report projects total global data center traffic to reach 15.3 ZB ... Read More »

27th Jun 2017
Here are the 10 Largest Data Center Providers in the World

Ref: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/here-are-the-10-largest-data-center-providers-in-the-world As the last several years have shown, bigger is better when it comes to running a colocation data center services business. The biggest companies in retail and wholesale data center markets have further secured their dominance by acquiring ... Read More »

27th Jun 2017
How to Change Executive Perceptions around Digital Transformation

Ref: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/how-to-change-executive-perceptions-around-digital-transformation We’ve come to a point where almost every organization out there has become a digital entity. To the extent that they realize this will identify just how far along they are in their own digital transformation (DX) journey. Something ... Read More »

27th Jun 2017
How Cloud is Changing the Colocation Data Center Market

Ref:http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/how-cloud-is-changing-the-colocation-data-center-market Hyperscale cloud providers are sucking more and more customer workloads away from data center providers, while gobbling up more and more data center capacity to host those workloads, changing in a big way the dynamics in the global colocation data ... Read More »

26th Jun 2017
3 Steps to Ensure Cloud Stability in 2017

Ref: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/3-steps-to-ensure-cloud-stability-in-2017 We’re reaching a point of maturity when it comes to cloud computing. Organizations are solidifying their cloud use-cases, understanding how cloud impacts their business, and are building entire IT models around the capabilities of cloud. Cloud growth will ... Read More »

26th Jun 2017
Google Now Scrubbing Private Medical Records From Search Results

Ref: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/google-now-scrubbing-private-medical-records-from-search-resultsAlphabet Inc.’s Google has quietly decided to scrub an entire category of online content — personal medical records — from its search results, a departure from its typically hands-off approach to policing the web. Google lists the ... Read More »

26th Jun 2017
HostingCon Sessions Decode Security Market Developments

Ref:  http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/hostingcon-sessions-decode-security-market-developments With rapid change in IT services can create short windows of time to grab market share. Keeping up with industry news is important for businesses, and HostingCon educational sessions can help service providers understand and act on recent ... Read More »

23rd Jun 2017
Can Google Lure More Enterprises Inside Its Data Centers?

Ref:  http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/can-google-lure-more-enterprises-inside-its-data-centers Google spent the better part of the week making the case to businesses that they’re better off not only moving out of their own data centers and into its cloud, but that its cloud was a better option than the clouds its biggest rivals in the ... Read More »

23rd Jun 2017
How Cloud Automation Creates Business Innovation

Ref: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/how-cloud-automation-creates-business-innovation It’s not easy to manage a growing and sometimes complex IT infrastructure. The modern business is now directly dependent on IT environments to allow them to be productive, agile, and competitive in today’s very fluid market. And this pace isn’t ... Read More »

23rd Jun 2017
Data struggle should focus on poor

Ref:  http://www.fin24.com/Tech/News/data-struggle-should-focus-on-poor-20170622 Johannesburg -  South Africa's social media blackout protest yesterday, while falling flat, could highlight the struggle of especially the poor to buy cheaper data. Currently poor South Africans, unable to tap into cheaper bundle options, are paying through ... Read More »

23rd Jun 2017