Data centres, or server farms, are specialist facilities in which business-critical computing resources are housed and maintained. The use of temperature monitors and air filtration systems allow data centres mean that its computer systems and other associated components can be kept free of dust and function at their optimum operating temperatures.
Below are a number of white papers, analyst reports, and case studies that detail the benefits that the use of a data centre(s) can offer your business.
Company: Quest Software UK
We all know that server security management can be a difficult, complex job. With the right tools and techniques, you can stay high, dry, and efficient – test your server security management maturity with this personality quiz, and see how you rate! VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Database Servers | Published: December 2012 | Type: Article
New generation solid state technology offers tremendous performance for high demand applications, but its limited capacity presents the challenge of determining how best to allocate the resource and how to identify and migrate the most appropriate data to populate it VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Management | Published: March 2012 | Type: Article
Company: Huawei Symantec
The 2011 floods in Thailand inundated some of the world’s largest plants manufacturing hard disk drives. What has been a setback from some has become an opportunity for those unaffected who manufacture elsewhere. Stark cost differences have emerged: use this calculator to see how much you can save VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Disk Storage Systems | Published: March 2012 | Type: Article
The newly launched SANsymphony-V will eventually replace the original SANsymphony product line and also incorporate the previously separate entry-level SANmelody software, first introduced back in 2005 VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Virtualisation | Published: March 2011 | Type: Article
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You have a server within your data center or at a remote location that has been faithfully doing all that’s asked of it for a long time. You assume the data & applications on it are secure because it’s behind the firewall. If only your server could talk & let you know if all is well. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: November 2010 | Type: Article
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Vulnerability Management (VM) means systematically finding and eliminating network vulnerabilities. This 12-point short list of considerations will help you determine what will work best for your organisation VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Vulnerability Assessment | Published: October 2010 | Type: Article
Rating: + 1
Company: Iron Mountain Digital
Recent research reveals that IT professionals understand the fundamentals of managing and protecting data, however key best practices are often not in place VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Management | Published: July 2010 | Type: Article
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Company: Incisive Media
In the May 2009 edition of the UK's longest running PC and IT monthly magazine, the PCW team give advice on how to Speed up Windows; Network hard drives group test; Notebook audio; Fast Wifi routers; 1984 Apple Mac review...and much more! VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Hard Drives | Published: May 2009 | Type: Article
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Company: Data Domain
The combination of fi le virtualization and deduplication provides seamless access to effi cient, cost-effective storage. Together, F5 and Data Domain offer organizations a compelling way to control storage related costs and cope with growth. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Management | Published: September 2008 | Type: Article
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