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The Coronavirus / COVID-19 outbreak is a human tragedy with very real business and economic consequences. Business leaders globally are in uncharted territory as together we face the challenges surrounding the recent pandemic and resulting economic impact. Insight into how others aligned specifically with our industries are reacting, overcoming current challenges, and planning for tomorrow can provide us with not only comfort, but a shared community of learning and preparation.
When calculating three-phase systems, electrical engineers frequently assume that the loads to be carried will be evenly balanced across coils. The problem is experience proves the opposite. Most of the systems we encounter have unbalanced loads.
This advisory report has been produced by Uptime Institute, with the assistance of its clients and members, to help operators of critical infrastructure facilities prepare for, and respond to, the impact of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The steps discussed in this report will also help operators develop strategies and procedures for future epidemics.
Climate control systems recirculate air throughout the building, along with airborne viruses and bacteria. As these microbes have had to withstand a heavily disinfected and thoroughly cleaned environment, they can cause serious problems to patients who may already have a lowered resistance to infection.
This white paper explores the most beneficial applications for intelligent rack PDUs with remote power control, defines the key capabilities to require on intelligent rack PDUs with remote power control, and lists additional monitoring and security capabilities that should be considered when selecting intelligent rack PDUs for use in laboratories, in remote/edge sites or when colocating enterprise-owned equipment into MTDCs.
The importance of physical security for protecting data is generally well understood, but how often does your organization assess the level of physical security for protecting data? And, are you compliant with regulations that address data security?
With 5G on the horizon, and the promise of a host of new technology applications like autonomous vehicles, consoleless gaming and instant grocery delivery, we are set to create an unprecedented amount of data that will require rethinking the way our telecommunications and data infrastructure is built and managed going forward.
In our first issue of the year, we reveal the 2019 Facility Manager of the Year winner. But that's not all — we also take a look at data center site selection, cybersecurity, and hyperscale network architecture as we explore the cloud.