Lets's Talk Computers - Nexus  January 21, 2012
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Interview on January 21, 2012
Data Center Requirements pt 2     Guest: Ken Russell
The Nexus Nucleus is a secure modern datacenter dedicated to delivering the confidentiality, integrity and availability your customers, employees and business partners demand-24/7/365.

Ken Russell, Ken Russell, Vice President of The Nexus Group and also The Director of the Conduit Corporation, continues talking about the requirements a Data Center must meet to insure that a Business will have a Secure, always Available Data Center. To find out more about “How to Choose a Reliable Data Center,” part 2 and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.nxs.net/ltc_interviews/012112 or alternate url http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/nexus_group/datacenter_requirements_b/datacenter_requirements_b.htm
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