What might the Omicron variant mean to the data center sector and cloud computing? That’s our topic today on the DCF Show podcast, where we look at three areas of potential business impact: travel restrictions, supply chain disruptions, and the progress of the enterprise IT recovery.
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.
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.
Data center management challenges are mounting for federal and state government agency tech teams. These challenges are forcing many to decide whether to modernize or service infrastructure. That’s according to a new report from Vertiv that explores how to tackle some of these same challenges.
Darob Malek-Madani and Samuel Bendix, or National Real Estate Advisors LLC, explore how data centers have performed as an ‘economic lifeline’ and bright spot through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arthur Mulligan and Ed Spears from Eaton explore the value of predictive analytics when planning risk mitigation for critical system management. They also share examples of customers using predictive analytics to avoid problems associated with business and environmental challenges beyond your control.
Bob Shine, VP of Marketing and Product Management at Telescent, highlights how data centers are working to respond to today’s network and data traffic needs. Explore the potential of the physical fiber layer.
Dan Rattner, Chief of Staff, VP, Administration, Data Centers at Iron Mountain, shares how COVID-19 has impacted the data center industry and given rise to innovation.
The most current disaster on the public’s mind, of course, is COVID-19, the global pandemic, of which we are still in its throes. That said, the rate of natural disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados, floods or wildfires has increased in recent years, as well. A new report from Databank highlights the importance of disaster recovery capabilities in such an environment.
Google says it will review its spending on data center infrastructure as part of cost-cutting related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company invested $13 billion in data centers in 2019.