Recent Blog Posts

Hurricane Sandy’s Effect on Cetrom and Cloud Computing

As Hurricane Sandy continues to threaten areas in Eastern U.S., the wind, rain, and flooding continues to affect people and their businesses. Schools, businesses, military, and even governmental institutions are shut down. Despite Sandy’s recipe for potential service disruption at our data facilities, Cetrom is proud to say our Zero Downtime track record still stands,... Read More

What is FIPS 140?

Information security is paramount in the Cloud Computing business. For anyone learning about, planning on moving to, or already in the Cloud, it’s important to know about FIPS 140 certification and the role it plays for information security. What does it mean when software and hardware is FIPS 140 certified? The National Institute of Standards... Read More

Why a Tier 4 data center?

When storing your data in the Cloud, data center security and around-the-clock reliability are critical. Let us take a look at the different levels of data center certification and what it means for your data. Data centers can be classified into four different tiers, as standardized by the Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA). Tier I data... Read More

Questions All Leaders Must Ask Before Adopting New Technology

Innovation and adoption of new technologies will allow your organization efficiency and competitive advantage. Integrating new technology, big or small, into your business can be made much easier, however, simply by doing your homework. (The Cloud, for example, needs to be tailored to each individual organization). Here are six necessary questions managers must ask themselves... Read More

Takeaways from the Recent DNS Hacking

Companies that use the web (for their website, e-mail, and web-based applications needs, for example) may have been affected yesterday if GoDaddy is their DNS provider. DNS, or Domain Name System, works as a key component of our Internet’s functionality by translating “humanized” hostnames (URLs) into more complicated IP addresses without affecting end users. When... Read More

Ways to be Productive on a Slow Work Day

Experiencing that “off season” period at work, or have some extra time on your hands? It may be the best time to catch up on productivity. Here are some tips to find work when you have a few slow hours, or days, on the job: Organize. Organizing your emails and network folders/documents will allow you... Read More