BY JOHN I. BORJA
The need for reliable data storage and connectivity on Guam is gaining the attention of the local telecommunication companies as businesses move more toward digital and online technologies.
Data centers fulfill these needs, and while several of them have popped up on the island, none of them are of a status that Docomo Pacific is aiming to achieve with its upcoming development.
A data center, ideally a standalone building apart from the host company, can house and protect servers, computers, backup systems and other information technologies in a single . . .
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