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When you move your data center there is a lot at stake no one wants to get the Data Center Move Blues. With ASG Datacenter Relocation Services, our customers could be moving across town, across the country, to a brand-new facility, or to an existing co-location—Advanced Systems Group (ASG) can safely and efficiently move your data center anywhere it needs to go. Data center relocations are sometimes required as a result of mergers, acquisitions and disaster recovery requirements. Other times, companies seek data center relocations to consolidate their resources, virtualize their IT environments and reduce, not only their hardware needs, but also limit their power and cooling costs. As a result, data center moves are becoming increasingly more necessary and frequent. All ASG relocation services include proven methodology and detailed documentation to create comprehensive plans to relocate production data centers from one location to another without endangering any data or critical services. ASG has the technical experts who focus on protecting your data and equipment. Our engineers are thoroughly trained to plan for contingencies and potential problems in order to minimize risk. ASG, the Denver-based IT Consulting, Integration, and Project Management firm, has completed numerous successful data center relocations of IBM, HP, Sun, EMC, HDS, Cisco and NetApp environments. In addition to its data center relocation services, ASG also provides complete Information Technology

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2 Responses to ASG Datacenter Move Blues

  1. doylejheisler says:

    Awesome video Dorsey!

  2. dorbius says:

    Well done, funny, and great song!!ASG rocks!

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