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.
Flash storage technologies can help remedy storage IO contention issues VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Management | Published: April 2014 | Type: Analyst Report
The Cisco 2014 Annual Security Report highlights the most current security concerns, such as shifts in malware, trends in vulnerabilities, and the revival of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Internet Security | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
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If tape backup is taking a long time and occupying your data management team, then it may be time to think about moving to cloud backup. This paper shows comparisons between the two, giving you an idea of how cloud backup can lower costs and free up more time for your employees. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Backup Systems and Services | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
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A data centre is an extremely complex mixture of hardware and software components requiring a mixture of management skills to maintain and upgrade. Consolidating these components can give greater agility, RoI and responsiveness, in effect giving you full data centre expertise in a box. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Infrastructure Management | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
Virtualisation technologies have revolutionised storage infrastructures, but an increase in virtual machines can create bottlenecks that are detrimental to application performance. Read this white paper to see how Flash can deliver better performance at a fraction of the cost of a SAN alone. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Management | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
As more applications become virtualised, many companies are experiencing a decrease in application performance. The root cause of this problem is commonly the storage array. What companies need is a way to improve storage performance separate from storage capacity. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Application Performance Management (APM) | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
In this report, analyst Securosis, go into detail on the changing organisations needs and requirements in a SIEM solution, including malware detection, and discuss the evolutionary changes to meet these demands. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Security | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
The opportunity to integrate your website content with social features is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. In this ebook we present four ideas for tapping the benefits that come from a strategic blending of community and content. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Content Delivery | Published: April 2014 | Type: White Paper
Virtualisation, cloud computing, and big data are transforming the data centre and creating significant capacity planning and network engineering challenges. This paper is intended for data centre network architects and planners and reviews the impact of virtualisation on the data centre. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Software Defined Networking | Published: March 2014 | Type: White Paper
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
Learn how IBM Security became certified, by overcoming 5 criteria violations, including logging functions & coverage protection. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Unified Threat Management | Published: March 2014 | Type: White Paper
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