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For the first time ever, local companies are now faced with a real-life pandemic. It is a challenge for IT managers and their teams in particular. Whether or not the critical IT infrastructures can keep working without any problems and whether or not key applications can still run is being put to the test.

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The global triumph enjoyed by the cloud is being driven by the promise that IT operations will become cheaper and applications should supposedly be able to be rolled out quicker and easier. If you believe market researchers in Switzerland, the local companies will over the next few years prefer the private cloud model in particular.

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The cloud is ubiquitous in today’s world. Many companies find that monitoring the various services and solutions is a challenge, both technically and logistically. Roger Süess, CEO of Green talks about how to develop a cloud strategy.

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While businesses are eager to benefit from the cloud’s advantages both quickly and comprehensively, hardly any organization is capable of converting or eliminating all their on-premises installations overnight. A cloud ecosystem facilitates this transformation and builds bridges.

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According to recent reports from SRF and Netzwoche, there’s a data center that originally had its grand opening scheduled for 2018 but had its handover pushed back to late 2020. The commissioning of another data center is being postponed from 2022 to 2028 due to difficulties finding a location.

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Finance Minister Guy Parmelin opens “Zurich West 3”. Green’s new data center offers a secure Swiss home for data in the cloud, bringing the cloud just a bit closer to us. How does this innovation benefit businesses and Internet users?

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"Computerworld" references the study by the research and consulting company ISG (Information Service Group). In this study, Green is positioned as a leader in the Swiss colocation market. We ask how we achieved this position and what measures we are taking to defend it.

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In today’s IT landscape, companies can choose where they want their applications to run. In the cloud, in an in-house data center or in the colocation zone of a data center provider – there are lots of possible models and they can all be combined as required. According to current predictions by Gartner, just 20 percent of IT workloads will be carried out in in-house data centers by 2025.

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We have come to know data centers as being “the hotels for servers or the banks for data”. Servers are housed in large halls and are securely and optimally provided with a network, electricity and cooling systems. We know about the optimization of services, e.g. virtualization, flexible contracts and services that utilize a hybrid cloud approach. 

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Four billion people today communicate via the Internet, regardless of their location. The technology has not only linked people but also all industries with each other. Space and time are now irrelevant. But what is it like with large volumes of data exchanged locally?

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