Category: Data Centers

How are Legacy Applications Impacting Cloud Migrations?

Jun 22, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – How many times have we heard someone say “We can’t rewrite the code” or “You don’t understand, the person who wrote that person has been gone for 15 years, it won’t work.” However, as we move further into the digital age, these excuses work less and less. Naturally, we’re hearing […] more

NEW YORK, New York – How many times have we heard someone say “We can’t rewrite the code” or “You don’t understand, the person who wrote that person has been gone for 15 years, it won’t work.” However, as we move further into the digital age, these excuses work less and less. Naturally, we’re hearing […] more

Exploring the Edge in the Tri-State Region

Jun 22, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – We don’t often hear about huge data center deals happening in the Tri-State area. We hear about the Mid-Atlantic of course, with some exciting activity picking up in the Midwest, the Pacific Northwest, multiple regions in California, and more and more emerging markets across the United State and North America. […] more

NEW YORK, New York – We don’t often hear about huge data center deals happening in the Tri-State area. We hear about the Mid-Atlantic of course, with some exciting activity picking up in the Midwest, the Pacific Northwest, multiple regions in California, and more and more emerging markets across the United State and North America. […] more

How Do Power Costs in a Submarket Affect End User Decisions?

Jun 22, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – Power costs vary widely across North America. From Ontario to Ashburn, they’re a huge variable to any data center’s bottom line. However, the importance of these costs to the overall calculus still seems to pale in comparison to connectivity. Matt Gleason, General Manager of New York for CoreSite, can provide […] more

NEW YORK, New York – Power costs vary widely across North America. From Ontario to Ashburn, they’re a huge variable to any data center’s bottom line. However, the importance of these costs to the overall calculus still seems to pale in comparison to connectivity. Matt Gleason, General Manager of New York for CoreSite, can provide […] more

Successful Cloud Migration Requires Attention to Important Challenges

Jun 22, 2017

NEW YORK, New York – For many, the move to the Cloud is rife with questions, concerns, and confusions. However, According to Melvin Greer, Founder and Managing Director of the Greer Institute for Leadership and Innovation, the haziness of moving to the Cloud usually arise because the need to move to the Cloud isn’t an […] more

NEW YORK, New York – For many, the move to the Cloud is rife with questions, concerns, and confusions. However, According to Melvin Greer, Founder and Managing Director of the Greer Institute for Leadership and Innovation, the haziness of moving to the Cloud usually arise because the need to move to the Cloud isn’t an […] more

Exclusive: Up-Close with Kopend Ventures’s Lee Kestler, Evolution of Data Center Industry & More

Jun 21, 2017

LEESBURG, Virginia – Lee Kestler is the founder of Kopend Ventures LLC, a Virginia-based technology consulting firm specializing in data center development. He has been successful in pioneering new business development opportunities from his days with Exodus Communications through his almost nine year run leading sales & leasing with DuPont Fabros as specialists in the […] more

LEESBURG, Virginia – Lee Kestler is the founder of Kopend Ventures LLC, a Virginia-based technology consulting firm specializing in data center development. He has been successful in pioneering new business development opportunities from his days with Exodus Communications through his almost nine year run leading sales & leasing with DuPont Fabros as specialists in the […] more