Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies are increasing in value daily. But so is the cost of mining them. Here’s how colocation can cut the cost and risk of cryptocurrency mining.
Cryptocurrency mining is a big opportunity for those with the right strategy. But with so many currencies to choose from, how can you maximise your chances of earning big?
Everyone needs to back up their computer data including things like documents, customer details and financial information to keep it safe from theft, fire or being accidentally deleted. And most small businesses, charities and other organisations also need an internet connection for their website and emails so they normally store their data on a simple server on their premises.
The biggest challenge any business faces is trying to predict the future; knowing what your data will look like in three or five years’ time so you can put in an infrastructure that is flexible enough to grow and accommodate change is a huge challenge.
After finally getting the go-ahead to proceed with a project to virtualise your physical servers into a cloud environment, it may seem that the hard part is actually making it all happen. However, in most cases the actual migration is one of the easiest parts.