Disaster Recovery

Green House Data, 1547 Build New Facility in Wyoming


Green House Data and fifteenfortyseven have partnered on a 35,000 square foot facility that will be the nucleus of a planned, multi-building data center campus in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The facility joins Green House Data’s existing 10,000 square foot facility there Read More

Surviving Sandy: Two Views of the Superstorm


A keynote panel at this week’s Data Center World conference showcased two stories of Superstorm Sandy’s impact: one from the Jersey Shore at the heart of the damage, another from Philadelphia. Both experiences contained lessons for data center managers. Read More

How Sandy Has Altered Data Center Disaster Planning

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The scope of Superstorm Sandy has altered disaster planning for many data centers, which now must consider how to manage regional events in which travel may be limited across large areas due to fallen trees and gasoline shortages, restricting the movement of staff and supplies, according to a panel at yesterday’s DatacenterDynamics Converged conference in New York. Read More

Leveraging Cloud and Virtualization for Disaster Recovery

The reality is this: a well-planned out cloud and virtualization solution can truly help any organization create a more agile environment. And believe it or not, a large part of IT is creativity – that’s why using new types of technologies can help reduce management costs and keep an environment running longer. Read More

WAN Technologies Help Data Centers Grow and Evolve


WAN technologies continue to evolve as more bandwidth, better underlying infrastructure and optimization all create a more robust connection. As more organizations move to the cloud, they will increase their reliance on data center availability and technologies. Read More

Sandy’s Lessons About Disaster Recovery

Were you ready for Sandy? Sure it was downgraded from hurricane to tropical storm, but it still had a devastating effect. For those of use who manage data centers, that impact had many layers. Let me start at the core and work my way out.

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