A new report from Service Express explores the current outlook on strategic planning for data center infrastructure, identifies the top priorities and challenges that IT professionals will encounter in the next 12-month cycle, and shares insights into workload deployment and cost reduction methods.
What’s ahead for the data center industry in 2021? On the Data Center Frontier Show Podcast, we discuss how enterprise IT will adapt to the changed landscape created by the COVID19 pandemic, and why this will matter to data center professionals and end users.
What’s ahead for the data center industry? We’ve identified eight themes that will shape the data center business in 2021. The big themes: Pandemic response, sustainability and lots of M&A.
John Hevey, Vice President, Corporate Technical Service at BCS Data Center Operations, highlights what a Risk Officer should be focusing on as a turbulent year in the data industry and beyond comes to a close.
Our Data Center Executive Roundtable experts review the role of data centers in surviving the pandemic, and looks ahead to 2021. Insights from Intel, Sabey Data Centers, Chatsworth Products, NTT Global Data Centers Americas, Iron Mountain, Nortek Air Solutions, and Infrastructure Masons.
Anthony Bolner, Executive Vice President and Partner at Stream Data Centers, shares how IT infrastructure leaders at large healthcare enterprises are finding a ‘just-right’ solution in build-to-suit with a provider flexible to their requirements.
Our 21st Data Center Executive Roundtable kicks off as our seven expert panelists assess the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on how data centers are built, operated and staffed.
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.
This week we have several new data points on data center capital spending and the impact of COVID-19. Synergy sees a $1.5 billion boost in enterprise cloud spending in the third quarter of 2020.
Data center developers are scrambling to add capacity, as this year’s record leasing activity has consumed much of the available supply of server space. Several leading markets are seeing a boom in construction.