Folson CA – GroupOne, an IT consulting firm specializing in building custom strategic technology plans, is pleased to announce the publication of their latest guide entitled the ‘Benefits of A Data Center.’
Data Centers are becoming an ever more important aspect of doing business, but choosing the right data center requires knowledge and expertise, which many business owners do not necessarily have. Making the wrong decision could be detrimental to a business, potentially causing more problems than it solves. Having had to come up with solutions to these problems on a regular basis, the management team of GroupOne decided that this topic would make an excellent subject for one of their popular guides.
The guide begins by explaining what exactly a Data Center is and then identifying six factors people should consider when choosing a data center for their business. The guide is available free of charge for visitors to the company website.
“We have noticed an ever-increasing pattern of small to medium-sized business owners choosing sub-standard data centers which are not reliable, are unable to scale with the company, or do not offer an emergency backup protocol,” said Chris Wiegman of GroupOne Consulting. This can be both frustrating and time-consuming to resolve, especially when there are several excellent Data Centers available. Our aim with this guide is to provide our readers with some basic knowledge, which will help them make an informed decision.”
Group One Consulting is a locally owned and operated company based in Folsom, California. They understand that every organization has unique IT needs; there is never going to be a one system fits all approach. This knowledge and understanding ensures that GroupOne is the provider of choice to meet their client’s needs and exceed their expectations.
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