Editor’s note: This is the eighth and final blog in a series about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. My Online Tech World Tour has been amazing, and I’ve enjoyed learning more about our data centers in Asia Pacific, Europe and the United States. There is no better place to wrap up my travels than Loudoun County in northern Virginia, which is the world’s single largest data center market! While the state slogan is …

Editor’s note: This is the seventh in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. My jaunt to Manchester, England was a treat and with my new Man U jersey in tow, I’ve landed in Las Vegas, Nevada for the latest stop on my World Tour. I took in the Cher show at the Park MGM and wow, does she know how to put on a performance! In addition to …

Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. Thanks to all of you who joined me in Melbourne, Australia last week. My World Tour of Online Tech data centers continues this week with my arrival in Manchester, England! The jet lag is real, but so is the energy in the fastest growing city in the UK! Manchester has many claims to fame, including …

Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog about my world tour of Online Tech’s great locations! Hanging out here in Melbourne today. I took a quick flight from Sydney to get here. The drive takes about 10 hours, and I didn’t have a minute to waste! I’ve had a great time touring the sites here. I’ve …

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. Welcome to the Land Down Under! After a long flight (literally 24 hours of traveling!) After leaving from Indianapolis, I’ve made it to Sydney, Australia! I have to say, it was absolutely worth the long flight. Checking out the sights has been amazing, and I’ve been trying to imitate the Australian accent–but without any luck. …

Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. Greetings from Indianapolis! I’m on the third stop of my world tour of Online Tech’s locations, and I’m really enjoying my stay in Indy so far! I toured Online Tech’s Indianapolis data center today! Did you know that it’s home to state-of-the-art cloud colocation and disaster recovery environments of clients across all industries? In fact, many clients set …

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. Welcome back on our data center world tour! In our last post, we were in Michigan learning about Online Tech’s four data centers and headquarters. Today, we travel to Austin, Texas! Aside from being known as the place for the SXSW music festival, Austin is also home to a burgeoning tech scene. Its central location within …

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of blog posts about Online Tech’s cloud locations and the teams that work behind the scenes. Welcome to the world tour of Online Tech’s cloud locations! After we acquired the cloud assets and infrastructure of IT provider Neverfail, we decided to show off each of our locations and introduce some of the awesome people behind the scenes. So, we’re starting right here with the birthplace and headquarters of Online Tech: Michigan! …

If you tried to catch up from Labor Day weekend by opening your Office 365 email this morning and found your computer still seemed to be in holiday mode, there’s a reason for that. According to a couple of different reports, one of Microsoft’s Texas data centers has suffered an outage due to a spike in internal temperature, causing a shutdown of servers hosted there. The shutdown was automatically initiated after local temperatures exceeded the set threshold so asto prevent …

Online Tech CEO Yan Ness had the opportunity to speak at the IMN data center conference in Washington, D.C., on June 9-10. He was part of a Cloud Service Provider CEO panel, and answered questions on future growth areas, how to remain competitive in a market dominated by large players, and specializing geographically. What is Online Tech doing to remain competitive in today’s crowded market? Yan explained that it is Online Tech’s people who make the difference, citing his white-glove …

Get started now. Exceptional service awaits.

Live Chat