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Re: Collocation Access

  • From: Brandon Galbraith
  • Date: Thu Dec 28 16:08:34 2006
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On 12/28/06, Sean Donelan <[email protected]> wrote:

Don't forget the biggie.  These are "shared use facilities."  People who
buy space in collocation facilities already have lower security
requirements.  The only thing keeping the "bad guys" out is whether
their payment clears.

Security by poverty?
Very true. If you have an application that requires a high level of
security, in a perfect world you'd have the budget to put it in your
own facility where you control physical access, not outsourced
security from a colo vendor.


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