All posts by Sev Onyshkevych, Chief Marketing Officer for FieldView Solutions

Data Center Savings with Infrastructure Changes

Data Center Savings with Infrastructure Changes
March 11, 2015 No Comments »

With continued rise of operating costs of mission critical facilities, data center operators can control operational and power expenses by utilizing power infrastructure changes.  One of the ways data centers worldwide are benefiting from infrastructure changes is through the deployment ... Read More »

Welcome, The Back Door is Open: Cyber Security Threat Analysis

Welcome, The Back Door is Open:  Cyber Security Threat Analysis
March 3, 2015 No Comments »

Failure of power and cooling systems remains the largest cited cause of unintended data center downtime.  While the root causes may vary, it should be undisputed that improved control and monitoring is instrumental in supporting the goal of reduced downtime.  ... Read More »

Social Media Data Centers, Telco’s, and Net Neutrality Battles

Social Media Data Centers, Telco’s, and Net Neutrality Battles
February 5, 2015 No Comments »

Until now, telecommunications networks and the internet have been mostly separate and distinct entities with different “rules of the road” so to speak.  These rules have defined the world of communications and data growth as we know it.  Those rules ... Read More »

Preparing Your Data Center for Disaster Recovery

Preparing Your Data Center for Disaster Recovery
December 5, 2014 No Comments »

The day-to-day grind can easily cause data center operators to forget about the unexpected. After all, keeping customers (internal and external) happy is enough of a challenge for a 24-hour day; who has time or energy for more? Unfortunately, disasters ... Read More »

Is it Time to Modernize Your Data Center Power Infrastructure?

Is it Time to Modernize Your Data Center Power Infrastructure?
November 17, 2014 No Comments »

During the high-growth years of 2003–2008, many organizations scrambled to keep up with capacity demands, rapidly adding new power equipment and putting in place the power infrastructure that would provide enough power capacity for a 10- to 15-year planning cycle. ... Read More »

Evaluating Your Company’s Data Center Needs

Evaluating Your Company’s Data Center Needs
October 31, 2014 No Comments »

IT is an increasingly vital part of almost every industry, whether it’s for just providing contact and other essential information through a simple website or delivering advanced application services to customers. With so many options for meeting a company’s infrastructure ... Read More »

Chillin’ in the Data Center: An Overview of Cooling Towers

Chillin’ in the Data Center: An Overview of Cooling Towers
October 22, 2014 No Comments »

Researchers at Villanova University estimate that data centers are responsible for more than two percent of U.S. electrical usage. All of that energy creates massive heat—and servers do not like heat. It can cause them to become slow, or malfunction ... Read More »

The Benefits of Responsible and Efficient IT Asset Disposal (ITAD)

The Benefits of Responsible and Efficient IT Asset Disposal (ITAD)
September 22, 2014 No Comments »

While most operations within a data center remain unique, all make conscious efforts toward efficiency, security and continuous operations that can help reduce costs and in some cases protect and improve a data center’s image or reputation. These efforts are ... Read More »

Tackling Today’s Security Threats

Tackling Today’s Security Threats
August 29, 2014 1 Comment »

As high-profile security breaches involving major household names continue to make headlines, the challenge for businesses, and SMBs in particular, is to understand the threats and determine how best to protect their data and respond in the event of a ... Read More »