Introduction to Data Centers of The World (France data centre)
Every business needs a secure method of ensuring its data is protected. Back in the early 20 century, files and records used to be secured in purpose-built safes based at the premises, however, with the introduction of ICT this has then progressed to on-site data servers and off-site tape backups. But now, in this modern technological world of gigabit fibre Internet connections and ubiquitous Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, your data could be located securely anywhere.
If you aren’t aware, there is a common name that is referred to for an “online” data storage facility, and this is the cloud. The cloud represents the Internet as a whole, a non-specific online location which is external to your Local Area Network (LAN) where your businesses computers operate. Whereas the cloud is a very non-specific phrase to represent this online data storage facility, in reality, you will most likely find your data to be stored in an extensive purpose built infrastructure like the reliable France data center.
There are a number of reputable data centre providers which provide specific, purpose built server farms for reliable, resilient data access for multiple hundreds of thousands of organisations around the world. With Internet speeds as fast as they are, your business could be located in the UK but all of your office files and corporate data could be accessed at speed, in milliseconds, from a server farm based in France. Data centers need to be reliable, and there are a number of ways of ensuring that they are. Your data won’t just be stored on one hard disk drive on one server with only one power supply. In fact, it probably won’t be stored in just one data center. With cloud based backups, your office data can easily be stored safely and completely securely in multiple data centres around the world for the utmost in resiliency and reliability.
If you still operate a business whereby you only have one on-site data server on your network, you are in serious need of an upgrade. Turn to cloud technology to ensure that your pivotal business data is secure and accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.