Building a data center is one thing, maintaining it another. The latter is a recurring cost item with exact expenses that are hard to budget for. Of course, structural costs of energy usage and connectivity are easy to predict. Even the fees for replacing or updating outdated technology for security and quality reasons can be calculated relatively easily. However, overhead expenses related to the data center, such as administrative and certification costs, utilities, insurance, rent and taxes, personnel are often underestimated.
Data outsourcing will not only save you money in the long run but present you many more options for connectivity, as well as a direct and safe connection to the public cloud. It will allow your business to focus on its core activities. And most importantly, it will give you peace of mind. Are you curious about whether you should build or buy your data center? Do the Quick Scan and find out.