As organisations, we all depend on our data. Whether it’s sending an email at work, updating the company website or using a new business application, data underpins everything we do. In fact, alongside capital and personnel, data centres are now the fulcrum of any organisation no matter how great or small.Dependable and rapid access to mission critical data is crucial. Any restriction on data access and capture can have significant business implications. So having a reliable , robust and secure data centre is more important than ever. But what does such a data centre look like? Where is the data stored within it and how is it secured? At Colt, we have spent more than a decade creating exceptional data centres that exceed industry standards for security, reliability and environmental sustainability. One of which happens to be our London 3 data centre – a state of the art carrier neutral facility situated just north of London.Renowned for its operational excellence, state-of-the-art technology, resilience and security, London data centre 3 offers customers industry leading flexible colocation services. Underpinned by our ftec architecture, allowing customers to scale as they need it, in a way that suits their business. Our colocation services really are that flexible, so now you don’t need to worry about planning capacity several years into the future its available on demand.We realise day to day business demands mean that it isn’t easy for you to take time out to visit us. With that in mind we’ve decided to bring the data centre to you! You can now take a virtual tour of our data centre wherever you are. Our interactive tour guides you through our facility, at your own pace. Look out for the information points on route they will help you understand how we bring things together in a secure and efficient environment. Take a look inside: http://bit.ly/1bkKu4X Or get in touch to arrange a live tour at any one our data centres.
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