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Migrating the Data Center to the Cloud (or Back Again) – What Enterprises Need to Know

The past decade has seen the rise of the cloud. As enterprises re-evaluate the role of their on-premises or wholesale colocation data centers, many are decommissioning, consolidating, or migrating their existing infrastructure to new environments. Attracted by the promises of lower costs, increased flexibility, enhanced security, and the ability to scale resources as needed, enterprises …

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Getting the Most Out of Your IT Services Partner on Your Next Data Center Project

Technology is vital to the day-to-day success of nearly all organizations. Enterprises rely on the applications, services, and data contained in the data center, while new technologies and performance requirements are driving organizations to evaluate how their IT environments move them closer to their business goals. However, a shortage of skilled and experienced IT talent …

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Improving Visibility Between Teams When Decommissioning an Enterprise Data Center

As with any large organizational change initiative, decommissioning an enterprise data center requires input from across departments, functional areas, and levels of seniority. Unfortunately, many enterprises tend to underestimate the full size, scope, and scale of the project. They may skip key phases during the planning stage of the process and jump straight into the …

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Maximizing Asset Value Recovery to Offset the Cost of Decommissioning a Data Center

Today’s enterprises depend heavily on the applications, services, and data contained within the data center. But at some point, there will come a time when an enterprise needs to re-evaluate its existing technology, consolidate IT infrastructure, or migrate to a new site. In these cases, existing data centers, whether on-premises or in co-location facilities, may …

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Do You Know Where Your Data Lives? Reducing Risk When Decommissioning Enterprise Data Centers

Today’s enterprises are collecting, storing, and using more data than ever before. A 2022 IDG Research survey found that, on average, data volumes are growing by 63 percent per month across organizations. No matter the size of the enterprise, the threat of data leaks and breaches of sensitive information are among the top priorities for …

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Reduce E-waste and Maximize Asset Value Recovery When Decommissioning a Data Center

Decommissioning an enterprise data center is a large and complex project that requires hundreds of hours of effort and specialized expertise. IT departments are responsible for migrating applications and workloads, securing sensitive data, and physically removing IT assets from existing facilities, often within tight schedules and specified budgets. Once the assets are removed, however, enterprises …

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Sphaera Successfully Delivers High-speed Fiber Connectivity in Idaho

Sphaera helped an Idaho local municipality apply for and successfully receive federal grant funding to deliver High Speed Fiber Optic connectivity to an under-served area of the state. The only stipulation of the grant awarded was the requirement to have the connectivity established within 120 days. The scope included the installation of a completely new street-utility electrical service, a backup generator, backup batteries, fiber optic cable, network routing & security equipment, and a power conversion system to drive the equipment. This project was completed on time, on budget and exceeded the scope of redundant critical infrastructure requirements.

Certified Data Destruction Services

Sphaera, Inc., based in Hillsboro, Oregon, is an IT Asset and Data Center Infrastructure Lifecycle Management company with a direct focus on data sanitization and destruction, asset recovery, logistics and install/refresh/de-install services. We have an outstanding track record of success with projects ranging in size from a few servers up to entire data center decommissions, conducted all over the globe.

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