Category Archives: Blog

28 Oct

5 Reasons a Carrier-Neutral Datacenter is Good for Business

By Lori McConvilleBlog

Choosing a carrier-neutral datacenter or colocation provider is an important business decision. And when it comes to housing your mission-critical infrastructure within someone else’s facility you should know that all datacenters are not created equal. A truly carrier-neutral datacenter is one that is independent of the companies collocating in the datacenter and isn’t serving the

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19 Oct

Unite Private Networks brings connectivity to Enseva Hiawatha

By Lori McConvilleBlog, In The News, Press Release

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (October 19, 2015) – Enseva today announced a recent partnership with Kansas City, MO based high-bandwidth and fiber-based communications network provider, Unite Private Networks. The partnership will support UPN’s new state-wide fiber-optic network, which in its entirety covers nearly 900 miles. Unite Private Networks recognizes Enseva as the premier datacenter to kick

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03 Oct

Invisible Costs of a Private Datacenter

By Chris SeveyBlog

Whether you’re a small business owner or the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, the chances are that you’ll eventually be presented with a decision concerning how you store your data. As your business grows, so does your IT; in other words, the growth of your company directly forces you to make a business decision.

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02 Oct

Enseva Drone Delivery Services

By Chris SeveyBlog, In The News

Below is the first public glimpse of Enseva’s prototype treat delivery service currently in beta testing.  A micro-drone is used in conjunction with an innovative treat retention system developed by Enseva’s CTO Chris Sevey to deliver tasty candies to staff and guests on the operations floor.  A successful delivery attempt, also seen below, was completed

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18 Aug

Webinar: Hybrid Environments – Sept 16th

By Lori McConvilleBlog, Seminars

For years, cloud computing has been the focus of IT decision makers and corporate number crunchers, but the extremely security-conscious have been hesitant to move their data and workloads into the cloud. Now, with the underlying technology behind cloud services available for deployment inside organizations, a new model of cloud computing is emerging: the hybrid

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