The list of possible disasters seems endless: flood, fire, cyberattack, hurricane, terrorism, blackout and more. Critical engineering expert Kevin Rosen of Stream Data Centers discusses the importance of disaster planning in maintaining uptime and continuing mission-critical operations during and after a crisis.
Stream Data Centers
Started in 1999, Stream Data Centers has proven to have a finger on the pulse of the data center market, evolving its offerings alongside trends. From powered shells to finished turn-key facilities, Stream Data Centers has a full suite of services and solutions with a focus on mission-critical environments. Their customers have included household names such as Apple, Home Depot, and AT&T.
Headquarters: Dallas, TX
Are you prepared? A new report from Stream Data Centers asks this very question in regards to why managers of critical environments need a solid strategy for disaster planning.
The list of possible disasters to prepare for can seem overwhelming for any business in any location, especially since organizations face the dual challenge of maintaining business continuity while confronting risks to life and property throughout the disaster zone. Download the new report from Stream Data Centers that explores the ins and outs of disaster planning, which is not optional for critical facilities, unless you’re willing to put your business operations — and data — at risk.
We are in an age of vulnerability, where corporate security is not optional. Threats range from a physical attack to an information leak. But according to Stream Data Centers, many businesses don’t understand the full range of environmental and organizational policies to mitigate risk. A new report from Stream Data Centers explores why expert security protocols are key to maintaining protection and uptime.
It might seem obvious that maintaining a safe and healthy work environment is a crucial responsibility for any employer. But who makes sure that the health, safety and environment, policy is enforced? That question is posed in a new white paper from Stream Data Centers. Download the report today to explore the different elements of HSE services and choosing the right HSE consultant for you.
Maintaining a safe and healthy work environment is a crucial responsibility of employers, and most companies have a health and safety policy to prevent injuries and illnesses at work. An experienced HSE consultant can bring clarity to your program, providing 360 degrees of health and safety assurance.
Corporate security is not optional. Scarcely a day passes that we don’t see the result of a breach, whether from a physical attack or an information leak. Yet many businesses don’t understand the full range of environmental and organizational policies required to mitigate risk. Download the new white paper from Stream Data Centers that aims to help assess your engterprise’s security and define security protocols for your business.
Maintaining a safe and healthy work environment is a crucial responsibility of employers, and most companies have a health and safety policy to prevent injuries and illnesses at work. But who makes sure that the policy is enforced? Download the new white paper from Stream Data Centers that explores why expert protocols are required to support your enterprise’s health and safety mission.
Stream Data Centers has acquired land for a major data center campus in Goodyear, Arizona, becoming the latest data center provider to expand in the red-hot Phoenix market.
One of the most compelling benefits of cloud connectivity is the ease with which businesses are able to tap into ever-evolving software, services and industry platforms. In this edition of Voices of the Industry, cloud interconnection expert Eric Ballard of Stream Data Centers discusses the shortcomings of legacy cloud solutions — and the advantages that innovative SDN partners can bring to cloud data centers and their customers.