Zayo in the Community

As Zayo has grown over the past decade so has its commitment to the Colorado community. For Zayo, good citizenship doesn’t mean a financial contribution and a logo at an event. It’s all about meaningful partnerships with non-profits, schools, universities and organizations that are doing important work in Colorado.

1871 CEO Howard A. Tullman. Photo by 1871/Gregory Rothstein.
Connecting Chicago’s Startup Community

As part of its new partnership with 1871, Zayo has boosted internet speed and capacity throughout the facility, providing 10 GB of IP and providing consultation on upgrading its shared Wi-Fi network.

Going Green with zColo

At zColo, we strive to adopt renewable energy and be more energy efficient. As we announced earlier this week, we have purchased 86 million kilowatt hours of renewable energy certificates and are proud to be certified EPA Green Power Partner.

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Five Lessons from Meg Whitman

Last Friday’s keynote session of the Colorado Technology Association’s Women in Tech Conference, a mountainside chat with Meg Whitman, took the audience on a journey inside her remarkable life and career.

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Object-based Storage Just Got Better

We fully agree with Marc Benioff’s observation: “Speed is the new currency of business.” It’s why Zayo engineers solutions that enable rapid data transport and access. It’s also why we make it fast and easy to price and order services.