A couple of weeks ago, I spoke about being disappointed by not being able to visit a PEAK 10
data center in Tampa to get a first-hand view of their services after an executive scheduled a meeting with me. This article brought in more feedback than I ever thought I would get. Several calls came in within 15 minutes of publication, i......Full article >>>
t regulations regarding visitors. The better (more secure) ones are often legitimately quite strict about who has access to the facility. For example, I had to be approved by my client contact and sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement
prior to gaining access to the data center and I was never allowed out on the floor without an Exodus e......Full article >>>
Impressive ink and unfortunately deserved. Too bad for them.
I'm not Rain Man
Without belaboring the points raised by the readers, I did not get a good impression of what PEAK 10 claimed they had in terms of facilities, and I would be very suspect of what they list in their marketing materials and what is actually out on the floor. As another industry veteran put it......Full article >>>
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