Apr 13, 2020
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It’s been one of the few positive stories to emerge during the crisis, but things are far from perfect. They always have been.
From cybersecurity and physical infrastructure to sales, the colocation industry shifts to working from home.
The world’s data center operators have made big operating adjustments. Some of these changes may stick around post-crisis.
The biggest interconnection providers try to take some burden off organizations scaling up to support remote work and education.
The lockdown has made remote data center management tools essential for colocation providers to continue serving their clients.
Enterprise data center teams, data center providers, and cloud platforms meet the biggest crisis of their lifetimes.
British government has designated data center operators as critical but not their heavily relied upon third-party contractors.
Traffic, predictably, has shifted away from city centers and out into the suburbs.
Inside the efforts to keep the quarantined world’s popular internet services running smoothly.