DCIM tools and software provide colocation customers with much-needed transparency and visibility into data center assets. Read More
Combining intelligent controls with data center thermal management systems can yield up to 50 percent higher cooling energy savings and achieve annual mechanical PUEs under 1.2.
Prior to the rapid growth of virtualization, applications were easily configured because a company’s web server, database server and middleware were all in one place. That’s no longer the case today, and automation is key for managing the complexity.
Mirroring the evolution of technology within the global capital markets, many of today’s digital enterprises are migrating to next-generation architectures that integrate network and cloud hubs into enterprise data centers and the WAN. Read More
Open source-based solutions have the functionality, scalability and reliability to enable businesses to successfully cope with the explosion of data associated with the IoT – predicted to grow to 44 zettabyes by 2020. Read More
Every cloud and managed hosting service provider should ask these four unconventional questions of prospective storage vendors. Read More
User Environment Management (UEM) technology provides optimal desktop performance and minimizes the time, cost and complexity of managing networks. Read More
Maintaining a data-centric security strategy as you plan and implement big data projects or Hadoop deployments, can neutralize the effects of damaging data breaches and help ensure attackers will glean nothing from attempts to breach Hadoop in the enterprise. Read More
The need for scalability and cost savings make the choice to use colocation data center services very attractive. Read More