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Why Speed is Important for Your Denver BDR Solution

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December 2nd, 2016 at 14:09
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The idea of downtime strikes fear in the hearts of managed service providers and value added resellers everywhere. Downtime can spring from natural disasters, human error, hardware failure, software failure, overloads, among many other causes. These technical errors can negatively affect a small-to-medium businesses’ revenue, reputation, and future growth opportunities—among other things. Implementing a disaster […]

Why Hybrid Cloud is Off the Radar for Denver MSPs

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November 21st, 2016 at 09:36
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In the past, private cloud opportunities in Denver have been out of reach for small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) due to their notoriously expensive price tags. Since then, new innovative cost-saving technologies have launched, allowing true enterprise cloud solutions to all. In this article, we’ll talk about public cloud, hybrid cloud, and private cloud. Public Cloud […]

Finding the Best Hosting Service Provider for Your Needs

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September 9th, 2016 at 10:05
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Got your laundry list? As a web host, a number of items will be of prime importance when looking for a hosting service provider and platform for your business. You know what your own customers want when they choose your company to host their websites. Performance, reliability, security, and service are all must-haves, to be […]

3 Cheap Web Hosting Problems That Could Sink Your Business

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September 7th, 2016 at 18:31
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It can be tough to get out of a downward web hosting price spiral. Competitors offer more and more space at lower and lower prices. Customers urge you to do the same, with the unspoken threat of moving to other providers if you don’t comply. A Vicious Downward Spiral What is the answer? Suppose you […]

Physical Web Servers or Virtual Web Servers?

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September 1st, 2016 at 08:00
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Web hosting is a multifaceted business. Performance and cost are two factors that come readily to mind, but reliability and scalability are key aspects too. Your web hosting business may be just starting, expanding, or already a recognized name in the industry, but there’s more to choosing between a physical or virtual web server than […]

How Can Web Hosting Services Problems Be Avoided?

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August 30th, 2016 at 07:30
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jaysudowski

Every end-customer dreams of the perfect website. They have visions of traffic, engagement, sales, market share, and other business benefits they hope to achieve. Web hosting is a vital part of making those dreams come true. Customers often take perfect web hosting for granted, although they are quick to complain if the hosting services they […]

Are Denver Managed Services Providers Over-Extended?

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August 25th, 2016 at 09:14
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  The world is changing fast. Businesses of all shapes and sizes feel intense competitive pressure to do more and to be more places. Tools like email, WiFi, online scheduling, and online collaboration are no longer luxuries. They’re necessities for most companies. If your company is too small to staff up a robust in-house IT […]

Do MSP Owners in Denver Allow Enough Lead Time for Provisioning?

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August 25th, 2016 at 09:14
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When you’re in the managed services business, a big part of what you do is managing large IT services projects — or at least “large” on a relative basis. To be an effective project manager, it’s critical to break down the seemingly impossible into a series of much more digestible interim milestones.  For MSP (managed […]

10 Biggest Denver Managed Service Providers

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August 25th, 2016 at 09:14
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If you’re wondering just who are the 10 biggest managed service providers in Denver, it may be tough to pin down a definitive answer. However by most accounts, number of employees or annual revenue may be reasonably good approximators.  In compiling this list, we looked at the number of employees on LinkedIn both at company […]

How Denver Tech Center Grows the Data Center Industry

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August 25th, 2016 at 09:14
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Denver Tech Center has been growing rapidly, and this has had a direct impact on the growth of the data center industry. Denver is a hub for tech companies like HP, Oracle, and IBM, who have a significant presence in the city. In fact, Oracle bought Denver-based Datalogix for a massive sum of $1.2 billion […]