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How Can Your Data Center Benefit From Fluoropolymers?

How Can Your Data Center Benefit From Fluoropolymers?
April 22, 2015 No Comments »

Operators invest a lot of time and money in their data centers. Living in the digital age where technology is essential for our daily lives, they are a necessity. The more money operators invest, the better the technology and the ... Read More »

Learn From the Pros: Jeff Bezos and Data-Driven Management

Learn From the Pros: Jeff Bezos and Data-Driven Management
April 20, 2015 1 Comment »

As Amazon’s founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos has received plenty of press coverage in recent years. Most of this coverage is, of course, thanks to his leading the company to amazing achievements. Amazon has grown from a platform dedicated to ... Read More »

Who’s Responsible for Data Center Energy Efficiency?

Who’s Responsible for Data Center Energy Efficiency?
April 16, 2015 No Comments »

Greater energy efficiency is a laudable goal, but it is not and cannot be the chief goal of business. There’s always room for greater efficiency, but the costs of improvement area eventually become prohibitive. In light of increasingly frequent calls ... Read More »

5 Things to Look For in Your Next In-Memory Database

5 Things to Look For in Your Next In-Memory Database
April 15, 2015 No Comments »

When searching for a new in-memory database system, it can be overwhelming to sift through the options if you don’t have a process to follow. Without in-memory databases, companies have to limit the number of users that can interact with ... Read More »

EMRs and Health IT Take Another Hit

EMRs and Health IT Take Another Hit
April 14, 2015 No Comments »

Throwing more technology at health care may be doing little to help the troubled industry, according to a new Accenture health-IT study of some 2,600 doctors, including about 600 in the U.S. Once hailed as a means of increasing efficiency, ... Read More »

Heat-Shrink Tubing Now a Popular Choice for Data Center Cable Marking

Heat-Shrink Tubing Now a Popular Choice for Data Center Cable Marking
April 13, 2015 No Comments »

Heat-shrink tube is becoming an increasingly popular choice for marking wires and cables in data center infrastructure installations. This trend is largely due to the market availability of newer, multifunctional industrial handheld labeling tools, which can greatly simplify the labeling ... Read More »

Technology Companies and Tax Avoidance

Technology Companies and Tax Avoidance
April 7, 2015 No Comments »

Large technology companies (i.e., those that can afford high-powered legal and financial counsel) like Apple have come under scrutiny around the world for so-called tax avoidance. Most recently, Apple, Google and Microsoft became the subjects of an inquiry by the ... Read More »

What’s Next for the Health-Care Data Center?

What’s Next for the Health-Care Data Center?
April 6, 2015 No Comments »

When compared with other industries—think retail and finance—it’s no secret that health care has remained dreadfully behind in its ability to use the latest technology solutions. HIPAA compliance regulations, security concerns and lack of IT budget can all hold technology ... Read More »

Oregon Illustrates Danger of Data Center Tax Breaks

Oregon Illustrates Danger of Data Center Tax Breaks
April 2, 2015 No Comments »

Increasingly, states have sought investment from data center operators by offering tax breaks. A prime example is Oregon, which garnered headlines several years ago as a rising data center location, but complications in the state’s tax policy stole much of ... Read More »

Top Disaster Recovery Challenges and How to Address Them

Top Disaster Recovery Challenges and How to Address Them
April 1, 2015 No Comments »

In today’s enterprise environment, a disaster-recovery plan isn’t just something that’s nice to have—it’s more crucial than ever. A business-continuity strategy must be formulated to ensure that when a disruptive event takes place—be it a service interruption, inclement weather or ... Read More »