Data Center and Storage Facilities

Many organizations around the world have moved from the more traditional on-premises storage of data to more cost-effective remote data storage facilities.  High quality, dependable data centers are an ideal solution for backing up valuable data.

Are you wanting to make the move too, but you are not sure what a data center storage facility can offer you?  Learn more about data storage facilities here.

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Data centers offer off-site data storage facilities to organizations.  A data center is essentially a physical facility that houses all the infrastructure needed for offsite backup storage of data.

Data center infrastructure includes servers, routers, computers, networking equipment, storage systems, applications and security such as firewalls.  Data center infrastructure also includes support infrastructure such as cooling devices, cabling, UPS, fire protection systems and backup generators. Data center service providers take care of the management and operation of this infrastructure.

Storing your data off-premises takes away the hassle of managing and maintaining your own IT infrastructure.  Your data is safely stored and your storage service provider provides the software you need to access your data.

Storing data at data storage facilities allows you to quickly access, transfer and backup your data.  Should your data be lost or corrupted, it can easily be recovered. When choosing a data storage facility, make sure you choose one with strict security measures and restricted access.

The purpose of a data center is to store, manage, monitor and disseminate your data.  Instead of having your network servers in your own offices, using a data center will ensure your IT systems are secure and still easily accessible.  It allows for centralization of your organization’s IT operations and equipment.

Moving your data to a data center minimizes the cost of running your own in-house server.  Businesses that process tons of information on a daily basis benefit from using data center facilities.

These businesses require stable, speedy and secure access to their data every day.  Examples of these types of businesses are those that deal with finance, retail, education, telecommunications and social networking services.  Failing to deliver these services in a timely manner can lead to loss of customers and a decrease in profits.

Data Centers come in all sizes and can be private or shared.  Large organizations such as Amazon manage and operate their own private data centers and data storage facilities.

A shared data center is usually owned and managed by a service provider.  This allows small businesses to lease their data storage infrastructure, saving on costs related to IT personnel, space and hardware.


Physical data centers are often limited by space. Modern data centers offer more than the traditional on-site physical servers.  Many also offer cloud computing data storage facilities which require less hardware and equipment.  Cloud computing involves storing your data on the cloud, i.e., online data storage servers.

Migrating your data to a cloud provider allows your employees to access and utilize data via the Internet from anywhere. This set-up makes remote work more convenient. Also, not to mention the cost savings of building rent!  As the price per square foot increases, the cost to cool and power on-premise hardware is a considerable saving.

Tru Technical Partners offers TruSecurity protection of your cloud stored data. Cloud-based data is not only easier to access, but is also easier to secure and protect.

For many businesses data is one of their most valuable assets.  Efficient data storage facilities and data protection is important for a business’s operations and reputation.

It is important for your business to have a proper data and storage recovery plan. Tru Technical Partners TruBackup service will assess your businesses needs and help you choose a hassle-free backup and recovery solution that will suit your budget.

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