Ease of access to a fully recoverable production environment can mean the difference between emerging from a disaster at minimal cost and maximum speed, or picking up the pieces of your business and reputation.
Data is virtual — until it isn’t. The many terabytes of cloud data being generated every day have to reside on a server somewhere. With demand for both virtual and physical space soaring, finding the right location for data centers is becoming increasingly competitive.
The IT infrastructure market faces massive disruption — both today and for the foreseeable future. Digital transformation presents significant challenges and opportunities that will surely separate leaders from laggards in 2016.
Enterprises in the most bandwidth-hungry industries in the digital world — media, finance, and cloud, for example — require high-performing network services to ensure their customers receive optimal quality-of-service (QoS).
Read this month's featured stories: Standard UL 3223 will serve as the basis for the certification program. The Edge is hot, and getting hotter. As our businesses become increasingly digital, we tend to think about technology in non-physical terms. Our IT infrastructure becomes “the cloud.” Our servers and storage become “virtual.” Our networks become “software-defined.”, and more.