Data Center Services

data center

Most IT environments will operate off-premises by the end of 2019.

You need a secure and modern data center in which to operate your IT equipment, but it’s expensive to build and staff your own facility. Using a colocation data center can give your business a competitive advantage.

Colocation lets your organization use a part of a high-availability, energy-efficient data center facility owned and managed by a colocation services provider. But no two colocation providers are alike. In this guide you’ll learn about colocation, data center tiers, how colo works and how it benefits your organization. You’ll also learn how colocation fits into hybrid IT, and how managed services work with colocation. Plus you’ll discover how to choose the best colocation services provider for your organization. Let’s get started.

Whether you’re looking for something local or geographically diverse, NexusUC can help your company find the right data center solution to insure your business critical data is secure and accessible 24x7x365.

Colocation

Use your IT equipment at a multitenant data center owned and managed by someone else

Dedicated Server Hosting

Lease an entire server hosted by a provider and have it configured to your requirements

Virtual Data Center

Spin up a cloud environment with virtualized networking, storage and security

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As a new business owner, I wasn’t expecting the rapid growth we saw in our business. Nexus Unified Communications reviewed my budget and the requirements I had for a phone system that would provide for texting, mobility as well as call routing. The solution they found was a perfect fit for what I need now, with the ability to add phones as needed. They treated my small business as if it was just as important as a major account.

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