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
There are a variety of options available for storage in virtualised environements and selecting a vendor can be tricky. The report from Forrester gives an overview of what firms have done in the past and provides key recommendations on choices VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Virtualisation | Published: January 2010 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 1
According to the survey results used in this Computing white paper, only 3% of IT decision makers describe their IT infrastructure as a service-based system designed on business needs. This paper defines a roadmap for matching infrastructure strategy to business success. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: January 2010 | Type: Analyst Report
Rating: + 7
If you don’t identify the risks posed by email and web misuse in your organisation, then your AUP will not be fit for purpose and your company may still be exposed. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Email Archiving | Published: January 2010 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 5
Company: DataFlux UK Ltd.
The project leader plays a critical role in ensuring a successful data migration but exactly what responsibilities and activities should project leaders fulfill? VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Database Migration | Published: January 2010 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 29
Email server failures or routine maintenance cause huge disruption to business. This white paper shows how hosted services can provide simple solutions to ensure always-on email. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Email Management | Published: January 2010 | Type: White Paper
This report discusses the current trends IT service providers across the UK have adopted as business models and the technology platform that will deliver profitability and growth. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) | Published: January 2010 | Type: Analyst Report
Rating: + 6
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
HIT entertainment, the company behind well known children's TV brands like Bob the Builder, moved their data centre from Dallas to the UK, with no downtime or disruption. Find out how in this case study. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Outsourcing | Published: December 2009 | Type: Case Study
Rating: + 1
Company: Silver Peak
Data center consolidation, server centralization, desktop virtualization, and disaster recovery all have one thing in common –an increased emphasis on your WAN. WAN performance is critical in the success of these data center initiatives. This webinar discusses the challenges in WAN optimization and VIEW SUMMARY
Category: WAN | Published: December 2009 | Type: Webinar
Rating: + 1
Company: Kaspersky Lab
This case study explores how Barclays offer the utmost duty of care to its customers and to give end users comprehensive protection against Internet fraud, online ID theft and data VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Identity Fraud & Theft | Published: December 2009 | Type: Case Study
Rating: + 3
Company: ASG Software
An archive that seamlessly integrates SAP and non-SAP content gives employees, customers, and business partners a unified view of business-critical information that enables them to collaborate and operate more efficiently, take faster action, and make better decisions. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Content Archiving | Published: December 2009 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 2
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