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There are a lot of threats in today’s digital age and there tends to be a reliance on the cloud. However, a problem many businesses run into is when there’s a power outage from weather or other outside sources. Discover some of the other reasons why businesses need data centers.  

Easier to Monitor 

There are many problems that can occur with power and data. A great benefit of having a data center is that it allows constant access to it. That way, you can have a faster response to a potential attack or take care of any other issues in a far more efficient manner.  

Dedicated Team 

A data center also comes with an IT team responsible for ensuring that everything is running smoothly. With how important power, networks, and more can be to a business’s operations, a team in charge of this can ensure that everything remains intact. An IT team also gives you someone to go to in the event that there is a problem.

Reduce Costs 

Businesses are always looking for ways to cut costs and, as it turns out, data centers can help. A large sum of money can be lost due to power outages, but a data center can reduce these losses because they can protect power when necessary with generators, PDU whips, and other pieces of equipment.  

Security 

The most important reason why businesses need data centers is so that can protect sensitive information. With so much data available digitally, there are more risks that a business can face. However, data centers are designed to serve these needs with various safety precautions put into place, including key cards, surveillance cameras, and other forms of identification.  

There’s a lot that can go wrong with daily work operations, but a data center is your best line of defense for keeping servers and information properly stored and secured.  

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.