A November report by Tier1 Research found that the global multi-tenant datacenter market continues to grow. The credit crunch coupled with small and mid-size businesses reluctance to invest significant capital and operating expenses in private datacenters is also driving the demand for outsourced datacenters and co-location. Rather than invest the capital to build or expand an in-house data center to meet their IT needs, many companies are sharing datacenter space by co-locating with others in multi-tenant managed datacenters.
Online Tech has seen these same trends in the State of Michigan. As companies need to cut back on IT capital intensive projects and reduce operating costs in their data centers, co-location in multi-tenant datacenters can provide a solution that requires no capital investment and can often reduce operating expenses by leveraging the datacenter operator’s staff skilled datacenter specialists.
Multi-tenant datacenter operators offering co-location or dedicated server hosting can help cut costs by:
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