The concise guide to choosing a data centre partner

 
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Choosing a data centre partner is a long-term decision, and the initial stages of mapping requirements, making a selection, due diligence and contract negotiations is a complex project of considerable scale. We have done our utmost to make this a concise, two-part iTnews guide to give you in ...
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