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Cloud computing is one of the crucial technologies for companies looking to grow in 2021 and beyond. How a company leverages different elements of cloud infrastructure such as networking, collaboration, data storage, and the server is a big factor in the ability to scale. Cloud data hosting options cater to a wide spectrum of companies — from startups to scalable SMBs. Early hosting options For startups that are just trying to get a foot in the door, utilizing cloud hosting options accurately will free up time and resources to invest in other avenues. Here are some of the most popular cloud options in the start-up world. Dropbox Dropbox has been a leading cloud storage solution for over a decade. What started as a data storage and file sharing platform has since then evolved into a powerful, collaborative workflow thanks to Dropbox Business. As an all-in-one content collaboration tool, Dropbox Business offers a plethora of new features. You can control document behavior and…
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In the past, businesses and institutions could purchase and maintain their computer services and resources. The IT department would be responsible for buying, maintaining, and managing the company’s computers, storage, and networks, which required a lot of space. The systems would also get outdated progressively while better ones emerged at lower prices. As on-premises infrastructure continued to become unsustainable, cloud computing was born. Read on to learn more about cloud computing and how it works. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing refers to accessing computing resources like servers, databases, storage, intelligence, networking, and analytics over the internet. Cloud computing comes in three key forms: public, private, and hybrid. Public cloud computing refers to web-based computing services that companies like Google and Amazon provide, while private cloud services are accessed using a secure internet connection. Hybrid cloud computing combines public and private…
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Many organizations are already attaining privileges from running applications in the public cloud, privileges which include cost savings from pay-as-you-go billing to enhanced agility through the use of on-demand IT resources. Several studies across industries and application performances have proved that migrating application architectures to the cloud lowers the total cost of ownership and advances time to market. Relative to private and on-premise cloud solutions, the public cloud makes it remarkably easier to develop, deploy, and maintain servers as well as the applications that operate on them. Although utilizing the different cloud service models eliminates the necessity for enterprises to buy and maintain their hardware, any server-based architecture, however, requires architecture for reliability and scalability. Nevertheless, enterprises face challenges of deploying and updating to these servers as their applications evolve. Therefore, they will have to scale their server to…
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Not only is shared hosting still relevant, but it’s probably also the best option if you’re just starting out. With shared web hosting, you get unlimited hosting resources, which will save you money and meet all your basic needs. Dedicated and VPS hosting are a bit pricey and can be too much for a beginning out blogger. You might upgrade to one of these or to cloud or managed hosting when your demand for server resources increases. Choosing the right shared hosting Security and reliability are critical aspects of any website. They aren’t to be taken lightly. Make sure you choose a safe and reliable service. Security is not supreme with shared hosting for WordPress; you’ll find some limits to the security options available. Consider bandwidth and web storage. You’re getting set storage space if you decide to go for shared web hosting. Assess your needs carefully and see if your site can run smoothly in the space your plan of choice offers. If you’re not sure this will be the case, ask…
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NEW YORK – TELEHOUSE America, a KDDI Group company and the global leader for data centers, international internet exchanges and managed IT services, today announced implementation of best-in-class layer physical security for their New York data centers with partner support. “We wanted a unified and modern security solution that could accommodate the latest technologies to ensure the highest security, internal team efficiency and auditing/reporting capabilities that protect our client assets,” explained, Telehouse Senior Director of the Corporate Division Milad Abdelmessih.

Telehouse America has been known for their security measures including monitored video surveillance and access control systems 24/7 at each site to ensure customer data remains fully secured and protected. The new system takes the facilities from a legacy system nearing end of life to a best-in-class layered security system that encompasses the Staten Island and Manhattan locations.


The security teams monitor a total of 400 cameras and 400 doors using both the Omnicast™ video surveillance system and the Synergis™ access control system of Security Center. This strengthens security through complete monitoring of all locations including every data center suite, corridors, elevators, and common areas. Essentially every door, access point into the building and the data center is monitored and controlled by the access control system.

With this update, Telehouse now has the ability to monitor the sites via a map-based interface that enables them to quickly find doors and nearby cameras. The platform’s open architecture includes a MAGOS radar perimeter detection system to spot potential threats at the property line, which is essentially a virtual fence around the site.

An advanced intercom system featuring a built-in Sipelia intercom module that enable two-way calling between Security Center operators and intercom devices at doors and shipping docks. This includes live video feed integration for visual identification of visitors and cardholders before granting or denying access.

A completely modernized visitor management process includes the installation of BioConnect fingerprint and facial recognition and Deister key management technologies. Genetec ClearID™ physical identity and access management modules automate visitor requests while keeping detailed audit trails of each visit.

The unified entry, access, and exit system with fully integrated surveillance enables Security Center operators to monitor visitor movements and quickly pull reports to conduct investigations if needed.

With as many as 50 rigorous audits per year, the new system transforms and simplifies the process through integrated reporting.

As a world-class data center provider, Telehouse America prides itself on ensuring best-in-class facilities, technologies, and security. According to Abdelmessih, this latest upgrade with the help of world-class system partners ensures the continuation of that legacy for Telehouse customers and staff:

“Since implementing the Security Center unified platform, securing our site and managing our visitors has become much easier. Having that unified security view ensures our staff can see what’s happening and respond without delay. Even from an operational standpoint, we’re delivering more value and assurance to our customers with detailed auditing and reporting. As we continue to evolve our security operations, I think Genetec will be a very long-term partner for us,” concluded Abdelmessih.

Learn more about this project via the upcoming Telehouse Case Study accessible at: https://www.telehouse.com/category/case-studies.

About Telehouse America
A stable and trusted pioneer of carrier-neutral data center services, TELEHOUSE offers secure, power-protected environments for clients to house and operate their telecommunications and network resources. One of the many benefits of using TELEHOUSE’s colocation service is its global availability of 47 TELEHOUSE-branded data centers in 23 cities throughout Asia, Africa, North America and EMEA. It enables customers to enjoy continuous, cost-effective IT connectivity around the world.

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NEW YORK – Cloud Equity Group today announced it has completed its acquisition of all hosting companies owned by Conseev, a software development firm that has been acquiring and consolidating web hosting companies since 2011. The Conssev hosting companies will continue to be led by its current management team. Financial terms of the private transaction, which was completed on July 14, 2020, were not disclosed.

Founded in 2011, the Conseev hosting companies provide service to subscribers worldwide from 11 distinct hosting brands through an international footprint spanning over 30 countries. The company has grown both organically and by acquisition to become a diversified provider of web hosting services.


“We believe strongly in the long-term growth tailwinds around the hosting sector, and are excited to partner with Juan and his team to continue to build an international conglomerate with real scale advantages and a differentiated value proposition for its customers,” said Sean Frank, a Managing Partner at Cloud Equity Group.

“As an 8-year web hosting veteran, I’m very enthusiastic about what Cloud Equity Group can bring to the table. It’s rare to find a group that provides the benefits of belonging to a larger organization (more resources and larger network) without the usual downsides of strict horizontal integration” said Juan Costa. Chief Operating Officer of the Conseev hosting companies.

The Conseev hosting companies acquired as part of this single transaction include IQNect Hosting, Cloak Hosting, VPSCheap, tmzVPS, EasySEOHost, Idologic Networks, The Prime Host, Service Site Hosting, PureSpeed Hosting, Web Weaver Elite Web Hosting, and TechArk Internet Services.

About Conseev
Conseev was founded with one idea in mind: to streamline the process of creating, launching, and operating SaaS or web-based service businesses. Part incubator, part contract house, and part something else entirely, Conseev brings stability to the always-turbulent phase of starting new businesses.

About Cloud Equity Group
Cloud Equity Group is a strategically positioned investment management firm capitalizing on the rapidly expanding industries of web hosting and cloud-based infrastructure. The company’s primary focus is leveraging investor capital in the acquisition of private lower middle market companies that possess high levels of unlevered free cash flow and/or significant opportunity for exponential growth.

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