A general contractor is your one point of contact for your home rennovation projects. Likewise, a turnkey data center partner performs the same functions as a general contractor.
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A successful backup power plan guarantees that you don’t let summer storms get you down.
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Make sure your business is not susceptible to downtime by investing in a backup power system. You never need it until you need it.
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You have probably heard the term data center infrastructure. But do you know everything it encompasses? Here’s a look at the basics. What is Data Center Infrastructure? To provide a simple working definition, data center infrastructure includes every physical piece of a data center facility. This means servers and computers, but also racks, cooling, airflow …
When you build a house, the general contractor is your one point of contact for the entire project. They are totally responsible for day-to-day oversight of construction, management of vendors and communication between all parties involved. The general contractor makes or breaks the project, so it’s important to choose one who is both skilled and …
Water and technology don’t mix. You know that. But have you considered leak detection as part of your data center monitoring?
Does this scenario sounds familiar: Your once well organized data center or network closet, through no fault of its own, has become Frankensteined.
Have you ever gotten into your car in the morning, only to discover the battery that was fine last night is now completely dead? Now imagine a similar scenario, but in the context of your data center monitoring.