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Cloud Computing: Data centres flex their service muscles

The cloud has given hosting facilities a new flexibility that offers clients the chance to customise their solutions to their precise needs.

7th September, 2014
Tanya Duncan, managing director, Interxion in Ireland.

The advent of the cloud has not fundamentally changed the way data centres go about their business, according to Servecentric interim sales and marketing manager Paul Kane, but it has made it easier to tailor an environment to a customer's requirements.

He describes the cloud and virtualisation as ''powerful tools that give clients greater flexibility. ''With the more mass-market solutions available from larger providers you forgo flexibility, he said. ''Servecentric, on the other hand, will...

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