A Data Center is a key component of the efficient operation of any large enterprise. The heavy investment of major players such as Google and Facebook in the rapidly growing field of data centers, testifies to the importance and potential of this service. A survey conducted by Campos Research & Analysis in 2012 predicted an increase of 7.7% in company investments in data centers in 2013; 97% of the 300 companies that participated in the survey expressed a desire to expand their data center infrastructure.


A Data Center allows the organization to focus on its raison d’être and effectively conduct its business by relieving its team and managers of essential information processing tasks that are outside their area of expertise

Byt outsourcing the handling of company data, the company can enjoy tremendous savings on energy, space, and equipment. Assisted by IT professionals to analyze and manage their needs, companies are able to allocate the appropriate IT resources without investing in unnecessary infrastructure. Moreover, data centers utilize cutting-edge technologies, providing higher rack density and innovative cooling systems with optimal cooling capacity.

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The use of a data center allows the company the flexibility to expand its IT infrastructure gradually as the business grows without being required to build or expand in-house computer centers and infrastructure.

Data centers are designed to provide the highest level of physical and virtual security to assure ultimate protection of sensitive and valuable company data in all possible scenarios, which in-house IT cannot generally furnish.

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Data centers are designed to meet standard regulations for hosting data of various types of organizations, relieving the company of the task of complying with these requirements in-house.