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: EMC UK
Virtualisation has grown beyond just server consolidation, giving organisations the chance to optimise many areas within the IT infrastructure. This white paper discusses the future of Vitualisation and how it can be achieved by evolving the existing on-premise infrastructure over time. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Virtualisation | Published: October 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 12
This white paper explores the relationship between eDiscovery and investigative responses and an organisation’s quest for long-term litigation readiness. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Electronic Discovery | Published: October 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 2
Company: Double-Take Software UK
This paper provides a technical overview of BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) works and assesses several approaches to high availability. It shows how to keep BlackBerries up and running in the event of a disaster or outage VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Mobile Device Management | Published: October 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 3
Company: DataFlux UK Ltd.
Organisations can realise significant benefits from proper management of data quality. Many organisations may be tempted to forgo data quality management VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Mining | Published: October 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 5
Company: EMC UK
In order to maximise the benefits on offer, a virtualisation BC roadmap for the company, based on a methodical and holistic assessment of the IT infrastructure should be drawn up, using the guidelines and recommendations presented in this paper. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Server Virtualisation | Published: October 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 2
With the public release of Windows 7 , debates and discussions have been raging on the security improvements to the new platform, and some potential problems have also emerged. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Application Security | Published: September 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 7
This white paper describes the ten steps your IT organization should follow when implementing a data archiving solution. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Content Archiving | Published: September 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 7
Phishing scams are evolving. The goals are data theft & money laundering, with sophisticated techniques for getting malware into your network. Activity loggers, session hijacking and DNS poisoning are just some of the ways a phishing scam can infiltrate your network VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Fraud Protection | Published: September 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 17
With message volumes continuing to rise and file attachments steadily increasing in mass, correctly sizing and scaling an in-house email data management system is a critical requirement for every business. IT departments require a practical strategy that is low risk, future proof and affordable. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Outsourcing | Published: September 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 1
Company: Data Domain
This white paper explains how data deduplication can help storage managers reduce power, cooling and the carbon footprint of storage systems by optimising disk capacity while improving IT infrastructure performance, particularly for data protection, archiving and disaster recovery. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Deduplication | Published: September 2009 | Type: Case Study
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