Enseva.com Blog

07 Jul

Are you prepared for the worst?

By Lori McConvilleBlog

Disasters at work happen all the time, ranging from data accidentally deleted to a hard drive that fails or a server that isn’t figured properly. Most of these disasters are more of a hindrance and finding workarounds can sometimes be an acceptable solution. But if a real disaster happens, are you prepared? A major loss

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23 Apr

Utility Billing – Explained

By Chris SeveyBlog

In Part III of How Enseva Makes Colocation Better, I touched briefly on the topic of how kilowatt-hour usage calculations will often vary between colocation providers. As promised, I plan to elaborate and compare the different methodologies I’ve personally seen in various multitenant facilities. POINT-IN-TIME The most common method I see utilized requires a technician with

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22 Apr

Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

By Chris GensickeBlog

With the advent of the cloud, disaster recovery has added a new layer of complexity. Many say that moving to the cloud is the be-all; end-all solution of solving your backup needs because it is all handled remotely — a “hands-off” approach to IT. Unfortunately, this is simply not the case. Many of the largest

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21 Apr

How Enseva Makes Colocation Better! – Part III

By Chris SeveyBlog

In our last series of posts, I discussed how we leverage a unique electrical distribution system that allows Enseva datacenters to securely, reliably and rapidly deploy electrical infrastructure for our customers. The electrical system clearly provides benefits to a datacenter facilities ability to quickly deliver new service to customers, especially in times of disaster recovery.

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