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How to ensure your e-commerce website is up to your expectation.

Posted By Priti Shetti, Wednesday 16 January 2019

For any e-commerce website ensuring fast and reliable performance is must with the superior user experience for the client’s mobile and website. E-commerce websites have to face huge competition when it is about attracting customers to your own website. Seconds of delay on your website can have a significant impact on your website.

 

With technology developing at such a rapid pace, businesses must ensure that they aren’t left behind by not meeting user expectations and consumer trends with fast and reliable performance across mobile and web. Legacy infrastructure is failing to keep up with the increasingly fast developments in technology that are taking place within e-commerce. Businesses need to deliver a seamless experience across all channels with a consistent message throughout multiple touch points. To convert customers into loyal followers – in busy periods and beyond – e-commerce firms must consider not just the desirability, but the accessibility and speed of access to their online products.

 

Scalability is just as important, particularly during busy sales periods. For some e-commerce retailers, predicting spikes and dips in traffic is a relatively easy task, particularly around times like Christmas and New Year. However, e-commerce traffic isn’t always that predictable, so businesses must be prepared for traffic spikes on a weekly – or even daily – basis. With performance needing to be maintained through any spikes in traffic, e-commerce companies require technology and architecture that allow for faster data access and application performance. But nothing hurts an e-commerce business more than site failure, so highly available hosting solutions should be at the top of any priority list. Any site that remains available while others experience outages will reap the rewards of new business. By leveraging a globally distributed cloud hosting platform, which reduces the need to move data, e-commerce companies can be assured of high availability while minimizing transmission costs and improving the client experiences. Such an approach also removes bottlenecks, key for periods of high consumption, and allows for virtualization and, therefore, scalability. And should any issues arise, businesses should have a fail-over option that enables dynamic content delivery even when the origin site is unavailable.

 

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Web Werks Data Centers

www.webwerks.in

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What makes Backups and Disaster Recovery Different

Posted By Priti Shetti, Thursday 10 January 2019

Disaster strikes are unpredictable it may not be possible to get back in business as usual. Disaster may be man-made or natural. It may cause serious data loss and for that, you need an effective disaster recovery solutions to manage this situation.

 

Downtime can be expensive, the impact of a single disaster can be a risk that has to advert. The goal of disaster recovery is to continue operating the business smoothly without any major loss.

 

Recovery point objective and recovery point objective are two major factors in disaster recovery and downtime. The RTO refers to the target amount of time, business application suffers a downtime and RPO refers to a previous point in time when an application must be recovered. The minimum frequency of backups is determined by recovery point objective while RTO is a maximum time taken to recover files from backup storage and resume to normal. For responding to this incidents an organization needs a recovery strategy and recovery plan shows how an organization should respond. Determining the recovery strategy, issues like technology, budget, suppliers, data, people and physical facilities should be considered by the organization. When it is about protecting your data and applications, it is not about only backups. Rapidly recovering the servers and applications is as important as backups. Disaster-recovery-as-Service is the hosting and replication of virtual or physical servers by a third party to provide failover in the event of disasters. DRaaS is a cloud-based method of Disaster recovery, it includes cost-effectiveness, easy deployments and allows to test the plan on regular basis.

 

Web Werks provides Disaster recovery with lower rates. It assures to protect the business from negative effects and helps in business continuity. Web Werks Disaster recovery as a service is designed to for companies to replicate there critical servers and applications to the cloud. Web Werks provide additional benefits like a menu of replications options, expert support recovery and Web Werks DRaaS data centers are SSAE 16-compliant, PCI, SOX and HIPAA Compliant.

 

 

About Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd

Web Werks is an India-based CMMI Level 3 Web Hosting company with 5 carrier-neutral data centers in India and USA. Started in 1996, Web Werks has served several Fortune 500 companies with successful projects in the areas of Web Hosting, Data Center Services, Dedicated Servers, Colocation servers, Disaster Recovery Services, VPS Hosting Services, and Cloud Hosting.

 

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Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd.

www.webwerks.in

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Data center tiers: Behind the numbers.

Posted By Priti Shetti, Wednesday 2 January 2019

When you hear about TIERS in data center industry what comes to your mind? Type, level, uptime, downtime or infrastructure? Yes, Tiers in data center industry refers to the operations of data center developed by the uptime institute. This tier of classification is necessary while choosing data centers as it provides methods to compare and find the uniqueness and customized facilities based on uptime or site infrastructure.

 

There are four accepted data center tiers rankings from the uptime institute.

 

Tiers are TIER 1, TIER 2, TIER 3 and TIER 4 each tier shows uptime and availability.

 

Tier one has basic capacity in which there is a 99.67% of uptime and downtime of 28.8 hours downtime annually. In Tier one data center dedicated site infrastructure is provided to support IT beyond an office setting. It also includes dedicated space for IT systems in which there are engine generators are available to protect IT functions, a UPS to filter power spikes, sags, and momentary outages and dedicated cooling equipment. Tier 2 data centers have redundant capacity components with an uptime of 99.75%, and downtime of 22 hours annually.

 

Tier 2 includes all tier 1 capabilities but also add redundant critical power and cooling component. Tier 2 redundant components include UPS modules, chillers or pumps and engine generators.

 

Tier 3 data centers are concurrently maintainable with an uptime of 99.98% and annual downtime of 1.6 hours. Tier 3 data center includes capabilities of tier 1 and 2 data centers. There are no shutdowns while replacement and maintenance of equipment. Tier 3 data centers are not faulted tolerant as they share different components as external cooling and utility company feeds. It contains redundant cooling systems where if one cooling unit shutdowns the other one kicks and continue the cooling systems. The tier 4 Datacenter have all the capabilities of one, two and three tier data centers. The Tier four data centers are fault tolerant. Power and cooling components are 2N fully redundant which refers to IT components are doubled where there are two different cooling systems, two generators, two UPS systems. Tier 4 Datacenter has 99.995% of uptime and downtime of only 0.4 hours.

 

However, it is important to know the business needs for these tiers before choosing a data center. Tier 1 and 2 can work well for small-scale companies which don’t need 24x7 availability as they can survive for days for maintenance. In this type of cases, you don’t need to opt for 3 and 4 tiers data centers. In multinational companies where business is round the clock and several critical application running can which can’t afford downtime should opt for data center which is 3 or 4 tier compliant.

 

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Web Werks Data Centers

www.webwerks.in

 

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Things To Consider Before Selecting A Dedicated Server

Posted By Priti Shetti, Wednesday 12 December 2018

So, you have finally decided that it's a great opportunity to upgrade your current web hosting package to a dedicated server in order to make your life easier and hosting more secure and reliable.

Following are a couple of things to enable you to settle on the right hosting provider and equipment configuration of a dedicated server:

 

1. Effect of downtime on business

What is the effect of the potential failure of your hosting on your business? One of the main things to consider while choosing a dedicated server is the way to manage potential downtime. With a dedicated server, you know you are not sharing assets with another individual. Yet, since there is dependably a solitary point of failure in one server, you have to choose whether you can acknowledge potential downtime – in the event that you don't have the choice to scale to different dedicated servers.

 

2. Scope of scalability of your application

Scalability is another imperative issue while picking a dedicated server. How well does your application scale? Is it simple to include more servers and will that expansion will increase the number of end clients you can benefit?

In case it is simple for you to scale, it doesn't make a difference whether you utilize a dedicated server or a virtual arrangement. Nonetheless, a few applications are hard to scale to multiple devices. Ensuring a database is running on different servers is a test since it should be synchronized over all database servers. It may even be easier to move the database to a server that holds more processing limit, RAM and capacity.

 

3. Indicated Server Requirements

Not every client has similar prerequisites for their dedicated server. That is the reason it is best to purchase dedicated server as indicated by the needs you have. Yet, how will you choose the best blend of hard drives, processor, and RAM for your server? For that, you need a suspicion of the clients you can anticipate. This will help choose the number of servers you will require.

The selection of processor and cores in a server can be chosen based on the application you are running on the server. Take a stab at checking the turnaround time of the processor and you will have a jest of how much speed you are taking a gander at. Besides, for the RAM, it is always advisable to have RAID setup since that is the most recent technology accessible for dedicated servers and they work amazingly well with the particular processor. Last, yet not the least is the RAM and in case you incline towards speed in comparison to performance, then you have to select DDR4 RAM. In spite of the fact that the cost will somewhat be on the higher side, you will get ensured speed.

 

4. Flexibility with respect to Security Policies

One of the best pros of utilizing a dedicated server is you are the sole admin and owner of it. You will be the one to decide the security limits. This will enable you to change the Plesk login panel alongside SSH and WHM since you can get these IP based limits to be facilitated by the service provider. Moreover, it is likewise conceivable to get more firewalls introduced, disable system function or unused ports and furthermore introduce altered variants of antivirus discovery measures.

 

5. Help to recover data

Not every service provider will give you backup services to the dedicated server. This is because of the fact unlike other hosting products, there is next to zero ability to see what the client adds to his dedicated server. However, there are numerous reinforcement solutions that can enable you to beat such a circumstance. You additionally need to see that you can modify your backup solution with the goal that you would be able to save essential files. We suggest you that you speak with the salesperson before you agree to accept your dedicated server to comprehend what your service provider brings to the table with concern to backup.

 

6. Support Team: Last however not the least. While going for a host, investigate its notoriety for client support. See, what are the diverse ways accessible to contact them when you require support? Make sure that the hosting provider is equipped for responding rapidly and offering solutions for your issues. Try not to agree to anything under 24x7x365 client support.

 

These are a few of the components that you have to comprehend before settling down with the best-dedicated server hosting provider.

 

About Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd.:

Web Werks is an India-based CMMI Level 3 Web Hosting company with 5 carrier neutral data centers in India and USA. Started in 1996, Web Werks has served several Fortune 500 companies with successful projects in the areas of Web Hosting, Data Center Services, Dedicated Servers, Colocation servers, Disaster Recovery Services, VPS Hosting Services, and Cloud Hosting.

 

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Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd.

www.webwerks.in

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Role of new technologies, such as big data, machine learning, and analytics, in DMaaS

Posted By Priti Shetti, Thursday 29 November 2018

The way organizations perform businesses is changing at a quick pace, the world has jumped from a time of traditional marketing to a period where relatively every digital information has a solid media components including exhausting office productivity tools.

 

The most critical element today is ‘Data’ and there is no doubt that this large portion of the world's information are held by Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple. Simultaneously there’s a major power tussle as who will comprehend the juggernaut size of information the world is delivering at a disturbing rate. With the present circumstance, what is more, important than having this information is having the capacity to release the possibilities of this information! Real-time data analysis that even predicts future results and trends even by a second may very well be the differentiating component and this is the way how most companies are working and will work.

 

Lately, we've noticed the stimulation of new trends affecting the market: The Internet of Things (IoT) carrying with it an inexorably tremendous volume of machine information; the outsourcing of numerous venture applications into the cloud and with it the height of the significance of flexibility in distributed IT conditions and edge data centers; a re-characterizing of accessibility for an associated and always-on generation of clients.

 

DMaaS has improved this procedure in comparison to on-premises and as-a-service DCIM. From the get-go, DMaaS begins a procedure of aggregating and analyzing extensive arrangements of anonymized information specifically from the clients' data center infrastructure hardware by means of a safe and encrypted association. This information can be upgraded utilizing machine learning with the key objective of anticipating and forestalling data center failures, predicting service necessities and recognizing limit deficits.

 

The worth of data is proliferated when it is aggregated and analyzed at scale. By applying algorithms to expansive datasets drawn from assorted sorts of data centers working in various environmental conditions, DMaaS providers can foresee, for instance, when hardware will fail, and when cooling limits will be breached. The bigger the dataset, the smarter DMaaS becomes.

 

A potential ability of DMaaS is to empower service providers and makers to package monitoring and management services into lease agreement data centers foundation hardware to convey resource as-a-service offerings. With this sort of DMaaS empowered services, the provider keeps up proprietorship and charges for operation service.

 

What makes DMaaS special? It's a mix of variables, some of which are as of now prepared in, and some of which are the genuine potential outcomes which are opened as information and analytics have a more compelling part in the way that data centers are managed and worked for larger amounts of use, proficiency and, obviously, uptime.

 

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Web Werks Data Centers

www.webwerks.in

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Improve Content Distribution with Multi-CDN and Hybrid CDNs.

Posted By Priti Shetti, Tuesday 20 November 2018

Content delivery networks (or CDNs) offer a dependable content distribution system for sites and online video platforms over the world. These systems work to accelerate content conveyance, for example, pages, videos, diversions, and even programming updates to web clients based on their geographic area and performance. There are distinctive kinds of CDN choices, and every offer its own one of a kind answer for IT experts:

With a solitary CDN, you have a solitary provider utilizing their own system and equipment. These were generally designed as equipment based, with PoPs conveyed in geographical areas based on the supplier's inclination, frequently depending upon the most efficient choice and in this manner, not really the best performing choice. In spite of the fact that the single CDNs are showcased and seen in that capacity, no single CDN provider could give you the best execution everywhere on the planet at every point in time. The principal advantages of such an answer, notwithstanding speed (in the particular area where the Point-of-Presence are found), are offload from the root server, security, and high accessibility. Those advantages are very critical and that is the reason this market has been developing constantly throughout the previous twenty years.

Multi-CDN arrangements are seen as an overlay of existing, individual CDNs, as they are a mix of different PoPs from various CDN suppliers. This arrangement regularly offers more PoPs spreading over a considerably bigger land region. In this way, multi-CDN conveyance offers ideal performance and practically unending scale, all over the globe. Traffic routing and distribution can be designed based on execution, accessibility, evaluating or different variables relying upon every client situation.

There are private CDNs and hybrid CDNs. Private CDNs are particularly custom-made to address singular organizations' issues. They enable you to set up committed presence in client areas, can keep running on ware off-the-rack equipment or can even be virtualized or containerized. Unlike single and multi-CDNs, private CDNs don't impart assets to different clients. Rather, they use the committed and improved network and engineering chose by the client. Ordinary utilize cases for private CDN are organizations with greatly overwhelming data transfer capacity and throughput needs, organizations with in-house arrange limit and organizations with inflexible security and compliance prerequisites.

Hybrid content delivery networks are made out of a mix of various sorts of CDNs. Hybrid network enables clients to ideally adjust content conveyance throughput and data transmission needs as dictated by the coveted achieve, execution, and cost.

 

Private CDNs vs. Multi-CDNs

The advantages of choosing both of these methodologies are driven by traffic qualities, include prerequisites and expected activity development.

Multi-CDNs provides ideal reach and redundancy, which are fundamental when you need to achieve a universal or overall group of onlookers; or when the measure of required CDN limit is flighty and additionally sporadic. Whereas private CDNs are mainly utilized in high-demand conditions given their committed and custom-made approach. They enable providers to utilize their own ware equipment (or virtual stage) and perform scaling procedures effectively in any area where a point of presence is deployed. These solutions are commonly picked by organizations with high amounts of traffic or when managing particular necessities.

In correlation with private and single CDNs, multi CDNs are the ideal decision for reach, redundancy and flexible scaling at a low-cost barrier to entry. A potential drawback is that you would need to impart assets and ability to different clients on the platform and the accessible design alternatives are more limited, as the highlights accessible are restricted by the common denominators between the various CDNs.

 

Why Hybrid CDNs?

For organizations considering deploying their own content delivery network, a hybrid CDN would possibly offer the perfect mix of committed assets, practical movement offloading, scale, and reach.

Having a hybrid CDN guarantees the content is constantly accessible, anyplace on the planet at the ideal performance. The redundancy and resilience of a multi-CDN guarantee another CDN will assume control in the event of a CDN failure in any location. With just a solitary CDN, the geological scope is more restricted however the setup and personalization of the highlights required are extensive.

 

Using a multi-CDN or hybrid CDN setup will give better control, increase the performance of your content delivery and will enhance client observation, wherever on the planet your clients inhabit.

 

About Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd.:

Web Werks is an India-based CMMI Level 3 Web Hosting company with 5 carrier-neutral data centers in India and USA. Started in 1996, Web Werks has served several Fortune 500 companies with successful projects in the areas of Web Hosting, Data Center Services, Dedicated Servers, Colocation servers, Disaster Recovery Services, VPS Hosting Services, and Cloud Hosting.

 

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Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd.

www.webwerks.in

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Future of Dedicated hosting in the cloud era.

Posted By Priti Shetti, Tuesday 13 November 2018

Do you have any plans to switch to cloud hosting and about to say bye to the traditional dedicated servers, because of exposure to cloud computing? This kind of exposure gives an indirect link that other forms of hosting are slowly losing their importance. Cloud hosting is beneficial and also occurs to be the obvious choice for the future.

 

There are many types of cloud and dedicated hosting services that can be offered to customers. The client needs to deal with dedicated servers in many instances. As Cloud and dedicated both have their own benefits and drawbacks and it is up to the hosting provider how he manages to offer a mixture of both while keeping business objective and technology in mind. Hosting provider may have to give a thought that whether to expand the cloud infra and get newer cloud-based services or to still go with dedicated server hosting and tap revenue out of it. There are some differences between Dedicated and cloud servers in which some are benefits and drawbacks first come to the deployment speed. The speed of deploying resources online for cloud server is less as compared to dedicated servers. Dedicated servers are best for security and compliance while in the hybrid cloud it lets you combine Public and private cloud or dedicated hosting to extend the advantages of each platform. Easy compartmentalization of resources is possible on the cloud for scalability, resources segmentation, and management but it dedicated hosting it is bit expensive. High availability (HA) cloud environment can be cost-effective and consumes less time for configuration as compared to building HA cloud on dedicated infrastructure with load balancers.

 

If we look for performance in cloud and dedicated servers, dedicated servers are the first choice of big enterprises who are looking for fast processing, retrieval of information and do not experience lag while performing.

 

Big enterprises prefer dedicated hosting due to speed, reliability and have more configurable other options than cloud. Giving up on dedicated hosting for a web host may not be the right option. If there is an availability of infrastructure and resources a web host should go for cloud hosting venture and bring in new technologies. A web host should have both the services and need to continue to offer these services as per the client’s demands. It may be profitable, hosting both the services.

 

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Web Werks Data Centers

www.webwerks.in

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Choosing the Right Infrastructure for your Reseller Business

Posted By Priti Shetti, Thursday 1 November 2018

Picking the right hosting provider for your business can be a frightening experience for any individual who doesn’t hold a knowledgeable of a data center foundation and its precision. Here are rules that will help you in picking the correct framework for your reseller business.


SERVER CAPABILITIES

Servers are the essential concern to an online business. Ensure your hosting provider offers the accompanying administrations:

● Uninterrupted power and reinforcement

● Efficient cooling

● Requirement particular equipment brands

● Technical help


LANGUAGE SUPPORT

There are two distinct categories of hosting packages that you can provide to your clients are Windows and Linux based hosting. Linux is an open source, therefore, it is more affordable. Besides, making websites with Linux is simpler since the operating system is very mainstream among web developers. But, Windows hosting might be required for few of the languages. So also, a couple of languages can work only with Linux. Here's a rundown:

Work with the two Windows and Linux

• HTML

• CSS

Work with Windows

• ASP

• .Net

• VB Script

• Microsoft SQL

• Windows streaming media

Work with Linux

• MySQL

• Perl

• PHP

The best option is to keep both doors open.

 

BUSINESS ABILITY TO MOVE QUICKLY AND EASILY

Technology is getting enhanced as days are passing by, and yes, this is definitely transforming the market condition. It's imperative that you keep the business ability to move quickly and easily the principle focus of your organization. A streamlined framework will prompt a productive work process. Since organizations confront a dynamic market, you ought to give appropriate choices to adjustment as far as server equipment. If not offered, it might result in financial misfortunes. You may even gain a negative notoriety which will viably hurt your affiliate business.

 

COST CALCULATION

Cost plays a key part in choosing a service plan. You should consider the number of customers you're ready to hold, kind of server, support, security, foundation and extra administrations to settle on the last amount. As an affiliate business just setting up, attempt to draw in a higher number of prospective customers. It may be conceivable if you own a right infrastructure. It means your capacity to offer them development openings, augmenting your income potential.

 

There's a simple method to guarantee you get all the best abilities for affiliate hosting. Pick an accomplished, well-known hosting company who has been in this market since long back and holds clients from different sectors.

For further information contact:

Web Werks Data Centers

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Dedicated server and website speed

Posted By Priti Shetti, Thursday 25 October 2018

When it is about web hosting, the web hosting plan can be just as important as your hosting provider. Most people choose shared hosting, but in some scenarios, those plans can’t be up to your expectations and may stop the growth of your site.

 

As your site develops, chances you'll have to move up to something more powerful, and here dedicated server plays an important role They will be more expensive as compared to shared hosting but you will get far better performance according to your investment. To run the site, it should be introduced on a server which has internet. Mostly web hosting provider set up more than one website on a server to make it profitable and most sensible for him and make your provider can hire a number of clients which is called shared hosting.

 

One of the drawback to shared hosting is in most cases, they provide limited access to resources, which is acceptable since you are on the shared server and yours is not the sole site using that server. That will work for many websites, but other websites require a server all their own – a dedicated solution. Here are some of the reasons why:

 

• Access to more resources. A dedicated server refers to the server which is only made for you and only your site is hosted on that server which means you don’t have to share resources with other users.

• Better performance. Dedicated servers provide better loading times than shared hosting.

• Improved security. Hosting a number of a website on one server can be highly insecure.

• Customization options. Server configuration is possible when it comes to dedicated server

• Server location: Server location is an important factor in a dedicated server. Choose a hosting provide nearby your target audience.

• Managed or Unmanaged: Having your own server can create problems, however in case you're uncertain how to deal with things, you can simply decide on an oversaw plan. This will help you in boosting the velocity of your site.

 

Website speed depends on your server choice. A good hosting provider regularly invest in their server infrastructure and architecture to see that very website hosted on that server is running with a required speed. Choosing the best quality hosting provider will give best quality server and services. Nowadays internet users need fast performance from each and every website they visit. If your website suffers a downtime you may lose the visitor. An average load time of the website is 3 seconds, but the website should load faster than that.

 

If you are looking for a reliable hosting provider you should see for 99 percent of up-time and 24/7 support and a dedicated server

 

For further information contact:

 

Web Werks Data Centers

www.webwerks.in

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New EMKA Catalogue – Ingenious Locking Technology 2018/2019

Posted By Andy Billingham, EMKA (UK) Ltd, Thursday 11 October 2018

Our new 2018/2019 catalogue covers our comprehensive range of over 15,000 ingenious locking technology products – in fact “everything but the enclosure” certified to ISO 9001.

EMKA is the world market leader for locking systems, hinges and gasketing for switch and control cabinets and in the sectors of HVACR, food technology and transport we rank among the leading manufacturers of locking technology as you can see from our new catalogue and accompanying specialist brochures.

Also covered are details of general product notes, IP protection categories, UL/NEMA protection categories, with information regarding REACH, RoHS conformity and the WEEE directive. Further information is provided on gasket tolerances, compressions, resistances and fire protection information, as well as ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certification.

The new EMKA 2018/2019 catalogue and companion specialist brochures can be downloaded at www.emkablog.co.uk/2018-2019-catalogue or requested by email or phone to sales@emka.co.uk, telephone 024 7661 6505.

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Andy Billingham from EMKA discusses enclosure hardware security issues

Posted By Andy Billingham, EMKA (UK) Ltd, Thursday 15 June 2017

In this white paper Andy discusses how new demands in the area of industrial security drive a continuous development process in tandem with new materials and production technologies. He suggests these demands may be most easily categorised as:

- Very low level – no access restriction but protection of personnel and equipment required – a simple wing knob latch may be sufficient.

- General access limited and equipment protection needed – but a simple key system is needed – perhaps a quarter turn lock with a triangular key.

- Restricted access and equipment protection – but low value or risk – a higher security key system is appropriate, a profile cylinder key lock would be a suitable choice.

- Higher risk or value – perhaps requiring an electronic mechanism e.g. specialist private manufacturing establishments or research centres.

- Very high risk/value e.g. data centres or utilities where a comprehensive logging/monitoring and control system is vital – remotely accessible e.g. via an encrypted internet link.

The white paper explains how in turn these have an effect on usage of materials and the design concept. In this respect the trend is toward increasing sophistication – it’s no longer acceptable to open a control or data cabinet with a screwdriver if you don’t have the key! So where once a wing knob latch was sufficient it is important to consider the need for keylocks – perhaps to IP65 or even IP69 and the option of vibration resistant compression locks which prevent nuisance door opening, as well as more complete gasket pull-down and consistently higher IP sealings.

Other demands call for other materials such as high grade engineering plastics and yet other technologies – leading us to Biometric locking and three tier security. Read the full white paper here: www.emkablog.co.uk/enclosure-hardware-security.

Further information on EMKA products can be found on the EMKA website - www.emka.com. Readers can find the latest information and news on the EMKA blog – www.emkablog.co.uk or follow them on twitter - http://twitter.com/emkauk.

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Toward Zero Security Breaches with EMKA/Digitus Biometric Technology - 5 considerations for securing your sensitive data

Posted By Andy Billingham, EMKA (UK) Ltd, Wednesday 5 April 2017

If you manage your own data centre, colocation facility or technical data repository, then you know how important security is. It is essential that you safeguard sensitive information from physical theft, hacking, data breaches and human error. Fortunately, much has already been written about this topic, but this article is intended help you strengthen your security strategy going forward. Accordingly, EMKA have identified 5 considerations that will help you protect your data centre:

1. Identify your physical weak points and determine your need:
The first thing you need to do is figure out is where your vulnerabilities are. For example it is never a good idea to build a data centre against outside walls, similarly pay attention to what is housed above and below your data storage facility. By securing these weak points, you can eliminate the most obvious threat – someone breaking in. Small data centres especially may be located in a multi-floor building, in which case consider installing physical barriers, cameras and access control systems. Additionally, it is important to examine your operational processes so that visitors and contractors are not let inside your server room accidentally.

2. Keep track of all your workflow processes:
It is critical that you keep track of your operations and compliance-related activities. You want to limit access to your data storage centre to IT staff and organizational stakeholders. As such, you should regularly monitor your access logs and perform audit checks. Keep track of peripherals, servers and data centre management software, looking for any suspicious activity. If your data centre is in a colocation facility, and you have a trusted provider, most likely your assets are safe and well-maintained. However, a prudent strategy should involve regular audits, regardless of where the centre is housed. Remember holding and managing data may well be the very core purpose of your organisation.

3. Watch out for human error:
The most common form of data breach is that committed by insiders. It is now recognised that danger comes in the form of poor engineering, carelessness, or corporate espionage, but in all cases, people working in your facility pose the biggest risk. Accordingly, it is necessary that you implement strong security policies that hold personnel accountable for their access permissions. It is advisable that you pair access cards with biometric security, such as fingerprint scans, for the best possible defence. Biometric security is safer than passwords and much harder to replicate or steal. Employees will be deterred from lending each other access cards, and if one is stolen, it will be useless to the individual who tries to access your server room. It is important to understand that access should never be shared in an organisation.

Upon enrolment, the EMKA/Digitus Biometrics fingerprint reader creates a multi-point schematic of the user’s biometric fingerprint profile, which it stores as a 384-byte fingerprint template. This template will be matched to the user’s live fingerprint each time that user seeks to gain access. At no time is a fingerprint stored in the system. The system only retains the pattern recognition used by its algorithm.

If the fingerprint data perfectly matches the stored fingerprint template, the reader unit sends an encrypted “open door” command to the control unit. The unit then opens the electric lock and logs the date/time of the user entry.

Due to the precision of proprietary fingerprint recognition technology, fake fingers, the wrong finger, or a finger of someone deceased cannot fool the system and open doors to access secured areas. Further the authorized person may place on the reader a “duress finger” programmed into the system to send an alert to security personnel.

4. Educate your people on security policies:
A big part of having a strong security system is staff member training eg explaining to staff why they should not lend each other access cards and instructing them to report any suspicious activity. Additionally, let them understand that for compliance purposes, workflow processes are strictly segregated and monitored. Often, regulatory agencies will want to see who access which piece of information and when. Eliminating duplication of access means that you are able to adhere to compliance standards with greater ease.

5. Ask your business stakeholders for their feedback:

Once you have a security system fully in place, the next thing for you to do is discuss your policies with staff members. Ask them if they agree your assets are secure. Are they accessing data with ease? What are some potential vulnerabilities? It is also a good idea to talk to your IT staff and get their opinion on the matter.

Ultimately, as data becomes more central to business, enterprises will look for better ways to secure data. Biometric access control systems and two or three level extensions of these allow companies that manage data storage centres, colocation facilities, server rooms and the like to maintain better control of perimeter doors, interior rooms, cages and server racks – with one integrated platform. These sophisticated solutions help organizations prevent data breaches, hacking and problems related to human error. Additionally, these solutions reduce costs and simplify the authentication process for entry to secured locations.

Contact EMKA to discuss your data security issues.

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Cabinet and Enclosure Hardware Developments at EMKA in the 21st Century

Posted By Andy Billingham, EMKA (UK) Ltd, Thursday 23 March 2017

Much has happened since the Millennium where the feedback over those years from developing products to keep pace with industrial needs has driven the development of ubiquitous items like quarter-turn locks and latches which form a core range with companies such as EMKA (UK).

In the 1990’s a typical ¼ turn lock was IP54 rated in simple die casting without additional sealing. Firstly flat seals were introduced, then “O” rings, and finally PUR injected seals leading to sealing now commonly available up to IP69.

An early requirement was to look at new materials where leading companies developed capability with reinforced polyamide – for reasons of cost and corrosion resistance as well as stainless steel, which added exceptionally rugged characteristics and corrosion resistance suitable to wash-down areas and marine environments.

As plastics technologies developed greater strength and rigidity were possible so that slim-line polyamide cams could be produced offering cost benefits and reducing paint damage to cabinets.

At that time simple back nut fixing was the norm but was time consuming where multiple panels were being assembled, so EMKA designed a range of “quick-fit” products which push-in and clip-fix.

The humble ¼ turn latch lock was changing incrementally with customer demand for smooth, cavity-free designs suited to food processing plants and high sealing to withstand regular pressure washing.

At the other end of the scale outdoor environments and rail or other transport vehicles have their needs met with high speed dust cap retention and colour coded open/closed indicators.

Perhaps the biggest change in the world of ¼ turn locks and latches has been the spread of compression function products. These now offer vibration resistance to prevent nuisance door opening, as well as more complete gasket pull-down and consistently higher IP sealings.

Pre-2000 traditional L and T handles were being challenged by relatively new styles of pop-out swinghandles in simple die-cast zinc. These handles offered lower profiles to minimise damage and clothing hazards, while providing convenient, comfortable operation for the user.

Parallel developments took place comparable to ¼ turn locks – it is amazing how usage has changed in those years and how products have changed to meet those needs. For similar reasons – enhanced environmental requirements, cost and user friendliness – swinghandles are now produced with “O” rings and PUR seals giving excellent sealing for all applications. Glass reinforced polyamide was introduced as the industry developed slim, strong handle designs alongside stainless steel variants in AISI 304 or 316.

These reinforced machine grade plastics proved extremely capable such that robust anti-vandal designs were possible in these and zinc die – often complimented by low profile escutcheons and inset handles for sealing and anti-tamper purposes.

Just resisting unauthorised access or simple damage however was not enough – in those years we have seen the flowering of the internet and the growth of big data – vulnerable to physical theft. Enter Electronic Locking – developed by EMKA to protect server cabinets and industrial electronic control systems from unauthorised access.

Simple electronically verified swinghandle based protection soon developed into networked systems which could be remotely monitored and authorised. The Agent E stand-alone wireless system was one approach for single or small numbers of cabinets.

For larger installations where building access and complete physical access control is required right down to the individual cabinet or compartment, then Biometric systems have arisen with integrated locking, electronic monitoring of access logs and cabinet environment, full reporting and control over the internet, fully encrypted giving world-wide connectivity.

Addition of the EMKA BioLock with integral fingerprint reader to the ELM program now offers a superior level of security for protection of valuable data; in compliance with PCI, SOX, SSAE 16 and HIPAA in support of EN 50600 – with unique, personal identification and traceability. The use of biometric access control gives the possibility also of an operator designating specific alarm fingers which both open the system and set off a remote alarm to warn of an operator under threat, so enhancing personal safety.

The BioLock, in conjunction with PIN codes and RFID access cards, provides an extremely high 3 level security protection which may be applied on an individual cabinet or on a designated block of cabinets with, for example, a group controller supplemented with separate cabinet release protocols. Multiple releases of separate panels on individual cabinets are catered for by means of linked ELock slave units.

BioLock management is handled by means of Control Cockpit software which provides comprehensive control and monitoring functions with the flexibility to add/remove/report/alarm in support of the SYSLOG standard – plus an SNMP interface for integration with third party systems.

However, while this high-end security has been developing the more mundane security issues of industrial electrical and electronic control and supply cabinets have not been ignored – such that we now have mechanical solutions such as interchangeable lock cylinders which can be removed and replaced at any point in the installation process.

“Everything but the Enclosure” technologies have a long lifecycle and there is much from 1995 which is still perfectly suitable, but elsewhere we have seen refined engineering capability for standard and custom products including friction welding, sintered metal production and 3D CAD modelling, a process which has not only enabled development of more complex designs, but also put the panel engineer in direct contact with the product designer via detailed downloadable drawings.

Much too has changed in the small things – often overlooked – we can now source pre-cut, pre-assembled and vulcanised gasket, installation-ready without messy cutting and gluing. EMC gaskets have become mainstream, while a major demand has been identified for fire protection and high temperature gaskets in EPDM and silicone.

Previously, assembling rod locks took many minutes, now advances in design and plastics technology mean that rod guides can be fitted in seconds while precision plastic mechanisms provide quiet operation and more comfortable feel than older style units made from die castings or metal stampings. Rod systems not only improved, they moved.

At one time only installed inside the gasket area, rod lock systems migrated beyond the gasket, at the same time freeing up door areas and enabling simpler sealing arrangements for locks etc.

Growth in technology and sophistication of design has been matched with commercial developments which support specialist enclosure and panel builders – toggle latches continue to find new application, torque/friction hinges have become mainstream – not just something to be used on expensive electronic devices, and in response to globalisation we see also an expansion of UL certification.

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Does PUE really help the case for liquid cooling?

Posted By Jon Summers, University of Leeds, Wednesday 1 March 2017
Updated: Wednesday 1 March 2017

When talking to interested people about liquid cooling as defined by “liquid invasion of the IT”, it seems PUE calculations do not show necessary benefits. For example, we retrofit a liquid cooling technology to the IT and for argument sake we drop the total energy draw of the digital components by 10%. We then raise the temperature onto the heat rejection system making it operate more efficiently, the average coefficient of performance increases from 3 to say 4 and UPS efficiency drops from say 91% to 89% as the critical load decreases on average. Then if we started with a PUE of 1.4 before retrofitting the liquid cooling solution would give a PUE of 1.5 (thus not helping the case). The arithmetic indicates simply that the changes in the denominator have dropped more than the numerator.

However if we use TUE [1], which is defined as total energy consumed by the entire data centre divided by the digital “only” components of the data centre, we get a different story. So before retrofitting of the liquid cooling solution the PUE of 1.4 would be a TUE of 1.63 and after retrofitting the TUE of the liquid cooling solution would be 1.58, showing improvement.

The interesting notion of this TUE is that we have a numerator which is affected by the combined digital workload and ambient conditions, whereas the denominator is only affected by the digital workload! In fact introducing ITUE (see [1]), which treats the IT (which has its own power and cooling) in the same vein as PUE for data centres, then

TUE = PUE x ITUE

TUE would have less manipulative capability for some obvious reasons. Should IT manufactures quote their ITUE at different workloads? In fact I am aware that ITUE was being looked at by the International Standards.

[1] Energy Efficient HPC Working Group https://eehpcwg.llnl.gov/pages/infra_itue.htm

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Why is Data Centre Room Integrity Testing so important?

Posted By Richard Warren, Workspace Technology Limited, Friday 17 February 2017

Why Room Integrity Testing is so important?

If you have a gas suppression system, a room integrity test is of fundamental importance in order to check the ability of the enclosure to retain an effective concentration of gas, which is critical to the safe operation of the system.

Companies risk losing millions of pounds with one single data centre glitch, therefore in the event of a Catastrophic Data Centre Fire a company may not only lose operability, but consequently go out of business.

  • How would a loss of service affect you?
  • Do you have safeguards in place?
  • Would you be able to recover?

Workspace Technology offer a selection of Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) services including Room Integrity Testing to protect your business.

Once a Room Integrity Test has been completed, Workspace Technology will provide either a Pass Certificate, which can be used as a reference for insurance purposes, or a complete details report indicating why the test failed and what need to be to ensure a pass.

Click here to find out more about Workspace Technology's Room Integrity Testing Services >>

When should integrity tests be done?

1) An integrity test should be performed immediately after a system has been installed and routinely every year thereafter.

2) Any alteration such as changing a door, putting a cable(s) in or even replacing equipment can affect the room's gas holding ability (Integrity), routine servicing of equipment will not reveal this, so an Integrity Test should be carried out after any alteration.

3) Part of a Annual Planned Preventative Maintenance scheduled test.

Click here to find out more about Workspace Technology's Room Integrity Testing Services >>

For more information on our Data Centre & Server Room Solutions visit www.workspace-technology.com or call us on 0121 354 4894

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“Why every datacentre needs a permanently installed resistive LOADBANK”

Posted By Paul Smethurst, Hillstone Products, Friday 3 February 2017

Press release for immediate issue

 

3rd Feb 2017

 

“Why every datacentre needs a permanently installed resistive LOADBANK”

 

UK LOADBANK manufacturer, Hillstone Products, have developed a load bank solution to increase reliability, efficiency, and uptime performance whilst reducing energy costs when operating a datacentre.

 

The loadbank_GENSET range has been designed to overcome fuel being the single point of failure in a datacentre and to prevent breaches in generators Service Level Agreement ( SLA ) & warranty conditions by maintaining best practice expected in mission critical datacentre infrastructure.

 

The release of the loadbank_GENSET range co-in sides with 6 months’ extensive research, by Hillstone’s MD Paul Smethurst, which has looked at the consequences of supporting low IT load with generator backup systems that are dimensioned against maximum operating scenarios.

 

Smethurst states “The benefits of having a permanent load bank connected to the genset system include:

-       validation of Fuel Supplies,

-       prevention of Wet Stacking

-       associated operating savings in energy costs

to creates a very short ROI by improvements of best practice and ensuring uptime performance.”

 

The loadbank_GENSET range is designed using the latest PLC technology to deliver a dual automatic & manual operation with open software interfacing to BMS & DCIM systems.

 

The loadbank_GENSET range moves the load bank industry away from expensive propriety control systems.

 

More information is available either online at www.loadbanks.co.uk or via our UK sales office:  

Tel +44(0) 161 763 3100  sales@hillstone.co.uk

 

Hillstone will also be exhibiting at DCW17, ExCel, London 14th & 15th March 2017 on Stand L80 and are also the LOADBANK sponsor for the Live Green Datacentre

 

Paul Smethurst is an Incorporated Engineer & Fellow of The Institute of Engineering Technology and Industry Mentor to the Mechanical Faculty at The University of Leeds.

Hillstone Products are members of DCA & EU Code of Conduct for datacentres

 

 

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The latest in EMKA Biometrics: Dual Format Authentication

Posted By Andy Billingham, EMKA (UK) Ltd, Wednesday 18 January 2017

As our complicated world technologically evolves, challenges naturally ensue to harness and properly use the technology. These challenges become much more serious and difficult when the rate of technological change increases. As customers know, significant time is often necessary to understand, implement, experience, and adjust to the new technology if it is to be employed efficiently and effectively. If we are to embrace the productivity, operator value and other rewards that technological advances offer, the reality is that it is morphing at a historically high speed and there is every reason to believe that it will only continue accelerating with no pause in sight.

Without doubt, the most notable thing about biometrics is that, when used properly as a method of identification, it is completely accurate. Only you are you. And unlike a card, fob, token, password, PIN, photo or key, you are never misplaced, broken, forgotten or expired. The individual is ultimately the most convenient, definite and accessible verification of themselves – and since The Internet of Things increasingly forces technological interaction with everything, it is more important that access to all these things is enabled only by those who have the proper authority to do so.

That is why EMKA/Digitus Biometrics exists with a uniquely and properly designed biometric security to protect the things that it should, without compromising personal privacy, while providing ready access into and out of secure areas and enclosures to protect critical data, systems and assets. When it comes to accessing enclosures that house IT equipment, systems, hazardous materials, valuable assets and even private conversations, companies rightly need to objectively ensure that only those persons with a need to access the enclosure – the rack, cabinet, room, cage, vault – are allowed to do so under the parameters set by the organization’s security policy.

Cards alone can be awkward to manage. Aside from having to carry them or look geeky wearing them, they get lost, get technologically bypassed, require inventory management, and worse, get counterfeited and stolen. Biometrics, on the other hand remove all of these negatives. It used to be said that, by its nature, biometrics eliminated the plausible deniability that the unauthorized person had no fault in the breach. How many times has a security officer been told, “It wasn’t me!” claiming that the card/key/fob/token/password/PIN must have been misappropriated. But with Biometrics access solutions, not only is plausible deniability forever gone, but there is no longer any breach to even get to that point.

EMKA/Digitus Biometrics now provides the ultimate access security with devices to secure data equipment enclosures and pedestrian entrances, they recently announced the best of both worlds. The new DualLock combines biometrics and card technologies. Built directly into the data centre cabinet’s handle is the fingerprint reader and card reader, requiring dual-authentication at the cabinet!

No longer are “you” required to authenticate with just a card, or just a finger, or at the end of the row. Finally, there is an access security product on the market that ensures, without any doubt – at the enclosure door – that “you” are “you”, that you are permitted, and that you are doubly verified.

The greatest fear of advancing technology is that it outstrips our privacy and practical security. EMKA/Digitus products are designed to provide the best of all possibilities - and yes, it integrates with your enterprise access control software.

For further information please contact EMKA UK on 024 7661 6505 or enquiries@emka.co.uk.

 

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Design Your Own Micro Data Centre in Under 1 Minute for Free Online

Posted By Richard Warren, Workspace Technology Limited, Tuesday 13 December 2016

Workspace Technology Launch Free Web Based Design Tool that Allows You to Design Your Own Micro Data Centre in Under 1 Minute

Workspace Technology, UK data centre design and construction specialists, have launched a new free-to-use online design tool that grants users the ability to design their own edge/micro data centre.

The new design tool works by giving users step-by-step parameter and equipment options, such as ‘Number of Racks’ and ‘Type of Cooling’, with the final outcome producing a 3D rendered model of their data centre creation. Additionally, the design tool also creates a virtual guided tour video of the newly created infrastructure which can be watched and downloaded at the end of the process by the user.

Roy Griffiths, Technical Director at Workspace Technology, commented “The creation of our ‘Design Your Own Data Centre Tool’ enables data centre managers to produce and visualise customised Micro Data Centre designs in less than a minute.”

We believe it is important for IT Professionals to be able to visualise their ideas and concepts, and this free online design tool will assist and enhance that process.”

To access the design tool and create your own modular data centre visit www.workspace-technology.com/design-your-own-data-centre

 

For more information about Workspace Technology Ltd please visit http://www.workspace-technology.com/ or contact Richard Warren on +44 (0) 7795 225533 or via email richard.warren@workspace-technology.com

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EMKA define the latest industry requirements in Biometric Access

Posted By Andy Billingham, EMKA (UK) Ltd, Wednesday 30 November 2016

Explains EMKA M.D. Andy Billingham – “Biometric technology at the cabinet is meeting the need for high level security at customer server cabinet enclosures, but the customer often wants the option of seamlessly tying it into their entry system and building management system as well”.

“Until recently there was not a solution to accommodate this need, but EMKA have worked for some years with Digitus Biometrics to provide a biometric access solution embedded in the cabinet handle. This was initially launched with software that was independent from the enterprise management software because in fact many companies’ security teams prefer to have separate systems for their data centre and telco server racks versus their enterprise pedestrian doors and video solutions. Aside from some regulatory requirements dictating such separation, this preference was largely due to the EMKA Digitus system being seen as a superior data centre and specialty enclosure niche, whose monitoring, alerting and reporting capabilities were more reliable, secure, and user-friendly than existing enterprise access control systems. But lately, global companies who have invested large sums and resources into their enterprise access control management (ACM) systems have a strong economic and efficiency motivation (if not a corporate mandate) to integrate cabinet access controls into their enterprise ACM platform.”

Consequently EMKA/Digitus Biometrics have now announced a new technology partnership with the world-class BioConnect identity management platform, so that the db Bus and db Sentry provide full control for server cabinet access. The result is a new, fully-integrated solution that perfectly synchronizes with major ACM solutions.

Contact EMKA (UK) for further information.

 

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What is Enterprise Cloud Server Hosting all about?

Posted By Avena Bell, Friday 25 November 2016
Updated: Friday 25 November 2016
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Cloud Hosting is a cloud computing model that allows forexpedient, on-demand network access to a common group of computing resources, such as storage, servers, services, applications, networks, etc., that can be quickly provisioned and discharged with the least amount of effort.

This type of hosting ensures better performance without adding far too much cost to the operations. It is, by no means, a new technology or methodology. However, it can be considered a new delivery model that offers resources as services that are scalable and elastic, and are available on a pay-per-use, on-demand subscription basis. 

Enterprise Cloud Server Hosting

This is a special case of cloud computing. In this, cloud computing is utilized for competitive advantage on the back of novel opportunities for savings in terms of cost and for business innovations. A Cloud Hosting Providerwould offer the right Enterprise Cloud Server Hosting plan that would enable companies to quickly access public and private hosting resources on an on-demand basis without undergoing the expenses and efforts related to deploying the associated physical infrastructure.
Enterprise Cloud Server Hosting requires fine-tuning of all the provisions. It is important to have enterprise grade servers and redundant infrastructure to ensure the success of mission-critical operations.

This type of hosting must address the following points:

• It should enable enterprises to collaborate on innovative methods since this type of collaboration with business partners is the way ahead to gain competitive advantage across value chains. There can be shared workspaces in community clouds, and employees from different, multiple companies can collaborate on a virtual enterprise network and function as a single company. 
• In terms of expenses, data center and IT costs must be directly aligned to usage and should be massively minimized.In other words, they should be elastic and scalable.
• It should lead to dramatic cuts in risk and startup expenses for innovation initiatives, which would allow companies to check out more and more new ideas. Since there would be no upfront capital expenditure, it would be easy to instantly scale up a new project if it takes off or scale down or shut it down in case it doesn’t.  

Other features

Cost saving is a significant driver in Enterprise Cloud Server Hosting. However, another major driver are the changes happening in the outside world, the one that’s outside the business world in our connected global world. With all-pervasive internet, social networks are changing the ways people do things - learn, work, play, and even live. These changes have affected the manner of designing and managing organizations and their delivery of value to customers.

There are several leading providers of Enterprise Cloud Server Hosting in India. They have cutting edge infrastructure and high-speed resources to provide their clients with world class services. 

They ensure that their clients:

 are able to reduce or scale up their resources on the basis of their present requirements.
 can maintain effective availability of applications without having to invest massively in the pertinent software and hardware equipments.
 are billed only on a pay-per-use basis.
 are able to contribute to a greener world by subscribing to a service instead of setting up in-house infrastructure.
 are able to enjoy services that have been designed to optimally utilize the resources and usage so that their IT costs are reduced dramatically and their operating expenses are cut to a significant extent.

Go4Hosting is a leading Cloud Hosting Provider that offers customizable hosting solutions to their clients at pleasant prices and with expert support. On the back of their impeccable services and rich and varied experience, they are considered as the premiumEnterprise Cloud Server Hosting in India.

 

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