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Controlling power and gathering data at the cabinet is essential

Performance, availability and efficiency in IT infrastructure often seem to be a contradiction in terms. Data centre availability crucially requires a secure power supply, which begins with the feed-in and distribution. Whether core, cloud or edge data centre - the current market drivers require three attributes from data centre infrastructures: To be smarter, more efficient and more secure. By Dipl.-Ing. MBA Martin Kandziora, Senior Manager Marketing, Panduit EMEA.

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Why physical data centre security is as important now as ever

We live in an information age where the operations of data centres are vital to the functionality and continuity of our global economy. By Iain Moran, director at ATG Access, representing HS Security.

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Open to all, time for the data centre sector to end the skills issue

As the electric and digital worlds converge, talent acquisition and team management are among the biggest challenges faced by data centre and technology businesses today. By Marc Garner, VP, Secure Power Division, UK&I.

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Play it cool with the digital twin

Streaming movies, playing computer games or finding the latest hidden musical gems are getting easier with each passing year. Just look at the last two months of 2019. We’ve seen the launch of Disney Plus, Google Stadia and Spotify providing its 248 million users with custom made playlists. Powering all of this and more is the hidden force in our internet age – the data center. However, while being a booming industry, all is not quite so rosy for data center businesses. The growth in usage coupled with the 3.6 billion people who are now connected is putting pressure on the internet infrastructure like never before. By Jonathan Leppard, Director at Future Facilities.

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The Cost of Legacy Technology

Businesses are often laboured with systems, software and hardware that is outdated and obsolete but continues to be used. By Neerav Shah, General Manager, EMEA at SnapLogic.

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10 reasons why great asset management is essential for smooth data centre operations

In any one enterprise organisation right now, there may be four or five separate asset management tracking systems or, more likely, several separate spreadsheets with different naming conventions and probably some overlaps and out-dated information. Many data centers are still managing their assets on spreadsheets, which is, in our opinion, sub-optimal. By Venessa Moffat, Head of Product Marketing, RiT Tech.

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The benefits and limitations of remote data centre control

Data centres comprise a complex and changing collection of IT and communications equipment housed within an environment that’s also multifaceted and challenging. Yet a host enterprise’s viability often depends critically on its data centre’s uninterrupted availability as a resource. Accordingly, the centres’ managers must have sophisticated tools to give them visibility and control of equipment and environment status at all times, even when they’re remote from the equipment. By Alex Emms, Operations Director at Kohler Uninterruptible Power

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Data centres: Why They Need Water Leak Detection Systems

Water leak detection is commonly installed in datacentres, communications rooms and other information technology dependent structures. After all it is crucial to protect these critical assets from both fire and floods by receiving the earlier possible notification of an incident, allowing action to be taken quickly to take preventative measures. Leaking water from HVAC, AC units, water pipes, drainage or even ground water can cause significant disruption. By Graham Jarvis, Freelance Business and Technology Journalist.

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Why teams are still living in the dark ages?

How to solve the disconnect between manual and digital asset management. By Mark Gaydos, chief marketing officer, Nlyte.

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Goodbye Infrastructure, hello observability

With greater connectivity, comes increasing complexities. Today’s consumers expect business to provide us with a secure and seamless connectivity experience. This means that IT departments must ensure they have the right tools for successful network monitoring. For success, we must embrace change – or risk falling behind. By Martin Hodgson, Head of UK and Ireland, Paessler.

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Megacities in the digital age - and how the data centre is the key to their survival

Experts agree that megacities - cities with populations of ten million or more - present challenges and opportunities in equal measure. By Neil Cresswell, CEO for VIRTUS Data Centres.

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Videos

Richard Stevenson, CEO of Red Box, discusses the results of the company’s recent ‘Being Human’ report, which provides some valuable insights into the Conversational AI market – how its use is already helping to improve customer and employee experiences, as well as contributing to fraud prevention. Richard also discusses the roadblocks that need to be overcome before the technology becomes pervasive.
Charles Hunsucker, General Manager Americas and Data Centers at Kohler Uninterruptible Power, explains how its entire range of mission critical diesel generators is now compatible with Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) – the latest development in the company’s sustainability focus.
David Craig, Iceotope CEO, shares the company’s exciting development plans, following a recent £30 million funding round. The key investment partners bring with them a range of business and technology skills which will help Iceotope to continue to innovate in the liquid cooling market.
Veniamin Simonov, Director of Product Management, NAKIVO, talks through NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.7, with new backup to cloud, anti-ransomware and monitoring features.

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New research from Forcepoint exposes how CNI cybersecurity professionals need greater support to prevent burnout from the pressure of securing high-threat, high-complexity environments.
Partnership programme expands to include global systems integrators and new markets across Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Introduces 13th Gen Intel Core processors, expanded Intel Developer Cloud, Intel Geti computer vision platform and more choice in graphics to kick off two-day Intel Innovation event.
BSH Home Appliances Group, the largest manufacturer of home appliances in Europe, will leverage Twilio Flex, a cloud-based contact centre, to revamp its entire digital infrastructure within their customer service organisation. Deloitte Consulting Spain is a consulting partner and advisor for this project to help roll out Twilio Flex in several regions, tightly integrating the cloud-based service solution within their customer care journey serving the needs of its customers worldwide.