Remote computing is changing dramatically. Mobility, IoT, wireless connectivity, small-footprint software, and other technologies continue to drive digital activity everywhere. As a result, remote computing environments keep getting denser, more sophisticated, and more critical to the business. To learn more about managing IT in remote offices and the impact on your data center download this white paper.
Many trends – from the rising tide of digital business, IoT, and virtual reality to the increasing value of data analytics and the rise of high performance computing – dramatically increase the variability of workloads and the density demanded of the data center. Jakob Carnemark, CTO, CEO at Aligned Energy, explores how increasing and dynamic workloads require an adaptive data center.
In its third year, The Security of Things™ Forum (SECoT 2016) is a high-impact day of learning, discussion and debate focused on the pre-eminent challenge of our time: securing the Internet of Things.
The event brings together players from across industries with a stake in the future of the Internet of Things. SECoT Forum presents leaders in the areas of information security and privacy, developers of IoT devices and platforms, as well as investors, entrepreneurs and policy makers. The 2016 event, scheduled for September 22, 2016 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, promises to be exciting.
The need for the “Connected Infrastructure of Tomorrow” is approaching faster than you think. With the Internet of Things (IoT) there are new and critical considerations to think about as one prepares for what’s ahead. Learn how to prepare your infrastructure to handle IoT
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Samir Shah of BASELAYER explains how today’s data centers are no longer simple compute environments, but rather complex systems tying together physical infrastructure to the applications we consume on daily basis.
Josh Moody of FORTRUST looks at how data center managers will need to deploy more forward-looking capacity management to be able to proactively meet the business priorities associated with IoT
Without data centers, many of the capabilities that users engage in every day would be inconceivable. Rob McClary of FORTRUST looks at some of the ways the data center powers these advances.
In the near future, keeping data as close to your end users as possible will become one of the primary goals in developing a corporate data center strategy, according to Compass Datacenters CEO Chris Crosby.
The explosive growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) presents both opportunities and challenges for data center operators, according to Chris Crosby, CEO of Compass Datacenters.