Organizations across the globe are contemplating how to protect their environments from physical and cyber threats as traditional security programs are not sufficient. Andrew Wild of QTS Data Centers explores how converged security programs can provide a comprehensive and unified view of the security landscape.
It’s time for Data Center Week. Here’s a preview of some of the sessions for data center professionals, including several featuring members of the Data Center Frontier team, as well as hot topics like the path to 800G networking.
The only constant in our world today is change. BCS Data Center Operations explores how people, processes, and technology are redefining mission critical infrastructure operations.
As data center infrastructure becomes more complex and distributed, the role of software becomes more important. Explore the evolution of data center management software, with insights from Schneider Electric.
NTT Global Data Centers plans to expand its presence in Northern Virginia with a massive new campus in Prince William County, where it plans to develop 2 million square feet of data center space, supporting 336 megawatts (MWs) of capacity.
IT users have a growing universe of options to deploy their applications and services. Today our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable panel examines how cloud and edge architectures are shaping customer deployment decisions.
Land banks are playing a growing role in data center expansions, as developers seek out partners with extensive land holdings. An example of this trend is Digital Realty’s entry into Israel through a joint venture with real estate developer Mivne.
IT managers are operating in a new world of “data centers without boundaries” and must manage distributed assets across cloud, edge and on-premises, says Kevin Brown of Schneider Electric, which is updating its data center management software. to adapt.
The frequency of data center downtime hasn’t changed significantly, but outages are becoming longer and more expensive, according to new research from The Uptime Institute, which reported a “disturbing increase” in outages longer than 24 hours.
Boston has a highly developed fiber and connectivity ecosystem, which is one reason the region is attractive to data center operators. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines the business environment for data centers in the Boston area.