Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a two-part article on how to pick a data center co-location vendor. The first part covered checking out an actually facility, its power supplies, and its cooling. This segment offers advice on what to look for when it comes to standby power,  site access, outside threats and communications. It also offers a quick list of recommendations that any IT executives or data center manager would be wise to consider.  

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