Monthly Archives: July 2014


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Jul 2014

Data Center Negotiations | Wolves of Tech Street

It was nearly 20 years ago and I was working on closing a deal for a Frame Relay network with a local hospital in Chicago. My Vice President, Ed, pulled me aside and asked how negotiations were going.  After I explained my strategy, Ed said something that I would never forget.  “Look Kevin, our clients are your neighbor, your relative, your friends and if they’re…

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Jul 2014

Data Center Disco Fever

Colocation by definition is simply placing more than one party together within a data center facility.  What we are seeing today though is far from organizations just being neighbors sharing power and cooling infrastructure.  Leading colocation firms are increasingly embracing the power of interconnection and collaboration on their own campuses in what I like to call “The Disco Ball Data Center”. The Disco Ball Data…

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Jul 2014

[INFOGRAPHIC] Casualties of Cloud Wars

 iland, a leading enterprise cloud infrastructure provider, announced the findings of a new global survey conducted by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and commissioned by iland. The survey asked more than 400 professionals across the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific to share their experiences with IaaS providers and revealed that Roger Craig Jersey while tech giants fight cloud wars, customers are suffering from overwhelming cloud failure…

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Jul 2014

Masters of the Deep

 In the aftermath of the START-II arms control treaty, some of the USA’s nuclear-powered  Ohio Class SSBN nuclear missile submarines were converted to become long range conventional Ray-Ray Armstrong Jersey strike and special operations SSGN “Tactical Tridents.” Their 24  Trident II D-5 nuclear ballistic missiles were removed and replaced with up to 154 Tomahawk cruise missiles, plus Ray-Ray Armstrong Authentic Jersey space in the sub…

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01

Jul 2014

The Fitness Mentality for IT Environments

Many of us pushing our grey matter to the limit in the fast-paced Information Technology World struggle to keep the pounds from accumulating around our midsections as we spend so much of our time and energy in strategy meetings, white-board sessions and punching away at our keyboards, tablets and smartphones.  Not easy to keep in Thor-like condition with all this going on. What about our…

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