In this increasingly data-driven world, protecting your clients’ and businesses’ data is becoming increasingly important. That’s why choosing the right colocation partner to house, protect and connect critical IT infrastructure is a big decision. A new report from Iron Mountain reviews eight considerations and related questions to review before choosing a data provider.
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.
When you are selecting a data center partner, ask about the cooling approaches they use. The answers can provide insights into the data center’s ability to meet your expectations and your company’s sustainability goals. This new white paper from Trane explores the ins and outs of data center cooling, and how to ensure the most efficient solution.
Amid the global pandemic, societal habits have increased demand for data usage at an “unprecedented rate.” A new white paper from Siemens looks into the details for dynamically match cooling to IT load in real time. The paper contends that artificial intelligence is playing a key role in cooling today’s data centers.
Looking for a new opportunity this holiday season in the data center industry? Check out December’s top data center job opportunities that include positions in Ashburn, Va.; Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle and more.
Utah’s tax incentives for data centers are among the most attractive in the nation. That’s according to a new brief from Aligned Energy that hones in on the state, and Salt Lake City, in particular — a rapidly growing data center destination.
As the data center industry continues to grow, QTS notes that “the data center industry has an escalating responsibility to implement forward-looking initiatives that conserve energy and water, and minimize waste.” A new report from QTS explores how to explore how sustainble data centers and the colocation industry can more us toward a greener future.
The data center industry is on the cusp of the next cycle in its maturation as a business sector, driven by an infusion of capital, a push towards outsourcing, higher density and peaking utilization rates, the disruptive nature of hyperscale and edge computing. Insights from BCS.
The evolving tech landscape continues to boost demand for more and more data centers. Here’s a look at the top November data center jobs, starting with three opportunities in Northern Virginia’s “Data Center Alley” in Ashburn.
Amid the global coronavirus outbreak, many are wishing the “new n0rmal” would hurry up and get here. But according to a new report from Park Place Technologies, we might still have a while to go. Explore data center management and maintenance strategies amid coronavirus and beyond.