New York, NY – March 21, 2013 – Datagram, a leading hosting and colocation provider, has published a white paper that offers companies a detailed list of Key Considerations When Choosing a Hosting Provider. Historically managed in-house as a do-it-yourself model, hosting is rapidly making the transition to becoming an outsourced practice for many of today’s providers. To examine this phenomenon and mitigate the pain points of the grueling provider selection process, this paper providers decision makers’ recommendations to consider when evaluating a hosting partner.
Ever-changing requirements, the need for additional resources, and unpredictable cost structures caused by the rapid growth of information traffic, massive capital expenditures, heightened security concerns, rising technical salaries, and business continuity/disaster recovery needs are just some of the reasons that organizations are outsourcing their hosting services to experienced, trusted providers such as Datagram. While there are many hosting providers to choose from, identifying one that truly fits an organization’s unique needs proves to be a challenge for many.
White Paper Abstract
Datagram’s latest white paper examines the key considerations every business should examine when outsourcing their hosting services. In addition to critical criteria such as location, business continuity and disaster recovery plans, and service types, it is important to consider the quality of customer service, scalability and additional services and products offered by a provider to ensure the seamless and cost-effective accommodation of business growth and changing requirements. Datagram prides itself on being a trusted provider with a proven track record of customer satisfaction as well as providing ample flexibility in its service offerings.
Who is Datagram?
Datagram owns and operates two wholly managed, reliable and efficient data centers in Bethel, CT as well as 33 Whitehall in New York City. In addition to offering both managed server hosting and colocation services, Datagram also provides Internet access, managed services, disaster recovery solutions, email services, office automation, and data backup services, delivering a comprehensive solution for any business’ IT infrastructure.
To read/download the Key Considerations When Choosing a Hosting Provider white paper in its entirety, please visit http://www.datagram.
For more information about Datagram, visit www.datagram.com.
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Datagram is a leading hosting and colocation provider based in New York specializing in seamless connectivity through scalable, secure and reliable Internet solutions. Datagram has built a proven service portfolio that includes hosting, colocation, data backup and disaster recovery solutions, Internet access, “smart” office design and installation, and more. For more information, visit www.datagram.com.
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