Mass adoption of augmented reality (AR) has been limited thus far. That’s about to change, and the enterprise may lead, according to Gartner Research, which says IT teams should prepare to support immersive, data-intensive media experiences.
Data is the lifeblood of the financial services industry. Here’s a look at the many ways that Wall Street and the broader financial sector rely upon data centers, and the evolution of that relationship.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Bob Woolley, Vice President of Critical Facilities Engineering and Design at RagingWire Data Centers, examines how the data center industry should respond to new design requirements for hyperscale cloud, the enterprise and more.
At Datacloud Europe, Credit Suisse senior analyst Sami Badri outlined how the ongoing shift to cloud technologies holds benefits for the data center providers that build the facilities housing those clouds.
Our Executive Roundtable panel of thought leaders discuss the future of the enterprise data center, and where it fits amid the dynamic growth of cloud and colocation services.
The primary focus of any data center is the critical applications that form an enterprise business and operational core—its commercial and technical heart. Last-generation facilities, which were often designed using traditional methods created during the mainframe era, simply aren’t capable of handling the requirements of today’s business- critical applications. Additionally, deploying a data center with inadequate or inappropriate resources, or placing the facility in the wrong location, can negatively impact application performance and, in turn, enterprise success.