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Online Tech is the leader in secure, compliant hosting services including private cloud hosting, managed cloud hosting, hybrid cloud hosting, managed dedicated servers, disaster recovery, offsite backup services, and Michigan colocation.
Online Tech’s Midwest data centers assure mission critical applications are always available, comply with government & industry regulations, and continue operating after a disaster.
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Magic Coast, a long-time customer of Online Tech, is happy with their upgrade to our Avis Farms data center in Ann Arbor. Magic Coast provides live and on-demand video streaming technology backed by full production services. “We have been a … Continue reading
CEO of Online Tech, Yan Ness, shows how colocation can lead to widespread adoption of the Cloud. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is a type of shared computing where one utilizes a hosting provider’s large-scale computing infrastructure. In other … Continue reading
I was just describing what N+1 means for a data center to a team of new employees that joined Online Tech this week. The question came up – is an N+1 data center the best strategy for small & mid-size … Continue reading
Announced today, uRefer, the leading referral marketing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, has signed an agreement with Online Tech to host their SaaS referral platform in Online Tech’s SAS-70 certified data centers. Posted on uRefer’s company blog earlier in the week, uRefer … Continue reading
How Can You Be Sure That Your Customers’ Application Data Is Securely & Reliably Hosted by the SaaS Provider?
To some extent, managed dedicated servers hosted in an outsourced data center have now become a trusted data bank on which the SaaS business model depends. That explains why many SaaS providers are being required to achieve PCI compliance or … Continue reading
Nothing is more frustrating as a SaaS company than getting little to no information about a service issue from your hosting provider. The SaaS best hosting providers have a genuine and very visible culture of service that prevents this from … Continue reading
We just published a new e-Tips white paper on the Seven Essential Questions SaaS Companies Should Ask Their Hosting Providers before selecting a partner. Beyond these seven questions, what questions do you consider essential in selecting your SaaS Hosting partner?
SaaS companies are nervous about getting locked into hosting solutions that restrict their growth and profitability. Imagine you had to build a store but you’ve no idea if it should be 500 sq feet or the size of two city … Continue reading
Real-time Maintenance Windows Should Not Affect Your Customers. If you design your hardware stack properly (see the model described in the Internet Delivery Stack) and make use of redundant hardware, you can still maintain full production availability even during a … Continue reading
Business-class data centers can cost from $1000 to $1500 per square foot to construct, equating to 10 – 20 year investments. This means that significant capital investments are required to provide and maintain space, power, cooling and network functionality in … Continue reading