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.
Insights: Internet of Things
The Internet of Things will create millions of connected devices, generating data from homes, cars and the vast reaches of industrial infrastructure. Data will be everywhere, and many of the new digital conversations will involve machines talking to other machines. It will have major implications for the data center industry, requiring infrastructure in locations that have not traditionally been business markets for data centers. These technologies will be rolled out over many years, as users gradually wrap their arms around the rapidly-growing universe of protocols, applications and use cases.
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 edge is no longer a specific size or as precise of a place as it once was, but just because it has grown more complex doesn’t mean that we can’t distinguish what or where it is. Sean Farney, Director of Data Center Marketing at Kohler Power Systems explores the ever evolving definition of the edge.
To safely store, manage and analyze data, businesses need flexible space and connectivity solutions that can meet existing and future needs without compromising security or compliance. Megan Hofmeyer, Strategic Marketing Director at QTS outlines seven ways in which colocation can allow you to easily scale your business infrastructure to fit your needs.
Technical professionals don’t generally think of network monitoring and associate it with rich opportunities for innovation and advancement. A new white paper from Park Place Technologies explores how data center network monitoring gives IT the power to embrace innovation.
Data centers are evolving from centralized facilities into a decentralized network of resources tied together by a robust cloud infrastructure. This new special report series, courtesy of Belden, explores on how high-speed fiber networks can future-proof distributed data centers.
Data centers are evolving from centralized facilities into a decentralized network of resources tied together by a robust cloud infrastructure. Belden explains how high-speed fiber networks can future-proof distributed data centers.
Several leading players in the edge market have deployments in Dallas, showcasing innovation and laying the groundwork for future growth. Here’s why the Dallas data center market is a hotbed for edge computing.
Future Facilities assembled a panel of thermal and operational experts to discuss not only the unprecedented changes and challenges facing the industry, but how they’re overcoming them. In this white paper, they explore how embracing change can ultimately reduce the risks of change in the data center industry.
Workloads are becoming more distributed to support new generation apps and broader use of Machine Learning and AI to help make real-time decisions. Jason Carolan of Flexential explores why networking from the edge to core (and back to the edge) will be critical for IoT, AI, and automation.