In the Data Center Executive Roundtable, our panel weighs in on data center security and the new scenarios presented by edge computing and securing a more distributed infrastructure network.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the IT industry, in particular, as IT professionals were charged with keeping institutions afloat, helping millions of U.S. workers transition to remote work and more. A new white paper from Service Express offers quick insights into how IT navigated through remote work demands, supply chain disruptions, increases security requirements and more to keep business operations moving forward.
The West Coast wildfires are highlighting the importance of energy security for data centers, which are pursuing a number of strategies to adapt to climate change and rolling blackouts, including on-site power generation.
Switch has developed Switch Sentry security robots to deploy at future edge data centers and enterprise sites. Robots could be an important tool to solve challenges in data center management, as well as contactless commerce during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data Bytes: Gartner documents the rapid growth in cloud Infrastructure as a Service adoption. Also, Asia is home to the most cloud data centers, IoT leaders worry about security.
There’s more to microgrids than you might think. If you’ve never looked at microgrids as a real option for your data center, enterprise, or specific use-case, it might be an excellent moment to explore these solutions.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, securing IT networks is more challenging and more essential than ever, as social distancing lockdowns add to an explosion of end users and connected devices.
We are in an age of vulnerability, where corporate security is not optional. Threats range from a physical attack to an information leak. But according to Stream Data Centers, many businesses don’t understand the full range of environmental and organizational policies to mitigate risk. A new report from Stream Data Centers explores why expert security protocols are key to maintaining protection and uptime.
Recognize that the last line of defense in physical security between data processing and storage equipment and access by unauthorized users is a secure server cabinet. A new report from Chatsworth Products explores the potential of cabinet-level electronic access control to improve physical data security.
The importance of physical security for protecting data is generally well understood, but how often does your organization assess the level of physical security for protecting data? Download the new white paper by Chatsworth Products, which presents an overview of data security regulations and compliance requirements, makes an argument for extending physical security to the rack level and recommends the use of electronic locking and access control systems at the rack level.