Agile Defense, Inc.
It only takes one emergency to take down a data center but a simple plan and proper preparation can prevent it, writes Brian Burns of Agile Defense, Inc. Data centers can use these five steps to ensure minimal to no disruption if disaster strikes. Read More
The data center sector is expanding at a rapid pace and demand continues to grow, writes Callum Wallace of Berwick Partners. It is more important than ever before to differentiate your product from the competitors. Read More
Maintenance Assistant Inc.
Data center maintenance needs to be planned proactively so equipment issues can be identified before they become serious, writes Jeff O’Brien of Maintenance Assistant Inc. Develop an asset management strategy for your infrastructure to stop the problems before they start. Read More
The latest technology advances and best practices are changing the cooling practices and approaches in the data center, writes Jeff Klaus of Intel Corporation. Read More
The BYOA trend is quickly catching on, writes John Purcell of LogMeIn, Inc. In order to stay ahead of this phenomenon, IT professionals need to take charge and plan for the management of these applications. Read More
Custodian Data Centre
As data center traffic continues to grow, data center providers need to deliver their services as adeptly as possible, writes Kate Baker of Custodian Data Centre. Read More
When critical resources are shared to capacity limits, shared computing environments can suffer spontaneous contention storms, writes Jagan Jagannathan of Xangati. These storms impact the application performance and create a drag on end-user productivity. Read More
365 Data Centers
The data center colocation industry has changed very little over time, writes Keao Caindec of 365 Data Centers. However, for businesses to realize the value of colocation, change has to be a priority. Read More
Revamping a data center network requires IT decision makers to step back and see the long-term potential by preparing for the growth and obstacles along the way, writes Michael Bushong of Plexxi. Consider this five year plan to make sure your network can grow with demand in a linear fashion. Read More
When evaluating a potential cloud-based disaster recovery and business continuity offering, look beyond simply replicating your data and VMs, writes Lynn LeBlanc of HotLink Corporation. Be sure your new solution can offer four essential capabilities. Read More