5 Ways Using Third-party Data Centres Will Benefit Public, Services & Data Centres in India

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The Data Protection Committee’s Report on the Personal Data Protection Bill was released on 27 July 2018. The bill contains the framework and insights on the protection of personal data in India.
Essentially, this recent policy indicates Government’s definitive stance on storing all data personal data of individuals (online transactions, social media profiles, emails etc) here, in India. According to experts, the regulatory framework described under the bill is a firm foot forward towards the Government’s wishes to promote data localisation and enforce data protection.
However, the government’s fast-paced measures to localise data would require significant changes regarding data centre infrastructure across the country and jump-starting initiatives on AI (artificial intelligence) while taking steps to lower operational costs.
Which is why it is crucial for the government to consider third-party colocation data centres as a likely candidate for hosting data locally. These third-party data centre solutions are not only compliant under various regulatory requirements but are also equipped to handle high volumes of highly confidential client data.
Let us take a closer look at how these private data centres can prove beneficial for both public and private sector enterprises.

  1. Physical and Information Security

The key metrics that define the work-processes at reputable private data centre services providers such as STT GDC India are the physical and information security policies and controls.
These data centres are compliant with the ISO27001 standard, which is the global benchmark for information security management systems. In addition, third-party data centres are accredited with some of the most-coveted industry certifications such as:

  • ISO 14001: 2015
  • TL 9000-V R5.5/R5
  • ISO 20000-1: 2011
  • TIA-942
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Also, these facilities are equipped with cutting-edge monitoring setups and access controls such as biometrics, CCTV, and scanners to discourage any form of physical intrusion inside the data centre.
Also, security around these private data centres is usually multi-layered, with around-the-clock comprehensive technical support, video recording of the premises and restricted security procedures.

  1. Resource Availability

In countries such as India, where the economy is still developing and the average downtime costs per minute are sky-high, it becomes crucial to maintain business continuity.
While small enterprises are the most heavily hit in terms of monetary losses, whenever downtime happens, public sector and government bodies can also experience user dissatisfaction and loss of trust.
In these situations, therefore, purpose-built private data centres can help ensure uptime reliability with their quality hardware resources, blended bandwidth services and stringent SLAs (service level agreements).

  1. Confidentiality  

Data generated by the payment systems contains highly confidential information about individuals and financial bodies. Data centres can come in handy in ensuring that there is no unauthorised access to the data or that any critical details are compromised.
As a safe practice, therefore, these colocation data centres enter into separate contracts with each of their clients, so that they are prohibited from discussing the identity and details of one client with another, who are being hosted within the same data centre.

  1. Transparency

Major data centre services providers in India view their client services as partnerships, wherein transparency and communication are crucial. This is especially critical to the public sector, and government bodies, where transactions are fast-paced and updates on everything are shared without fail.
To ensure complete transparency and effective information exchanges, therefore, these service providers provide regular reports on network usage, power consumption, bandwidth allocation and much more.

  1. Scalability
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Data centres provide high scalability. Third-party data centre service providers can increase their core business capacity at a moment’s call, all the while making sure that the uptime SLAs aren’t breached.
Also, both government bodies and private businesses using these colocation services are granted better accessibility and greater control over the costs of operation. As a result, they can determine a cost-effective estimation of their enterprise’s business requirements.
Taking Data Centre Services to the Next Level
Private data centre services providers in India offer flexible, secure and efficient establishments for data storage and sharing. Further, these colocation centres, therefore, are adaptive when it comes to maintaining a cost-effective and energy-efficient operational footprint.
To top it all, these service providers boast of impressive uptime SLAs, scalable resources and secure audit-friendly sites to help businesses take their mind off rising operational overheads and other intangible contingencies.
Source: Techstory

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