Posted on November 16, 2017 by Alyssa Scheyd | Comment (0)
Data center downtime can have a catastrophic effect on your daily business and direct impact to your organization. According to one study, they found an astounding 93% of all enterprises who suffer from data center downtime for more than 10 days file for bankruptcy within a year. This is in large part because of the costs associated with downtime being so high. The Ponemon Institute estimates the average cost of downtime is $5,600 per minute and $336,000 per hour.
Unfortunately, these are precisely the kinds of consequences you're looking at if you allow your data center to continue to run on legacy IT equipment, especially vital PDUs. PDUs are designed for uptime and efficiency - two things that help mitigate risks associated with the types of disasters that lead to failures. If your PDUs can’t immediately communicate power failures, alert for other operational malfunctions, or provide you with real-time, accurate power capacity information your entire data center (as well as its customers, and your reputation) could be in jeopardy.
Posted on November 8, 2017 by Richard Dominach | Comment (0)
High-performance, secure, remote management solutions are essential for any government or military agency. They allow you to extend the reach, reliability, and speed of your communications, especially those involving video, maps, radar, or sonar. These technologies help to ensure that your IT infrastructure is always operating at its highest level while providing unparalleled security. Remote management solutions are routinely used in a variety of areas outside IT departments, including labs, control rooms, situation rooms, and in the field, increasing their value and versatility.
Posted on November 1, 2017 by Rick Gonedes | Comment (0)
Having proper temperature management in your data center is absolutely vital to maintain the functionality of the equipment. Having an excess of warm air and humidity within your data center can create a financial burden for your business that can be avoided. In this guide, you will become more knowledgeable on the types of cooling techniques that you can implement in your data center.
Posted on October 25, 2017 by Rick Gonedes | Comment (0)
Modern data center managers are constantly being asked to do more with less, and a data-driven approach can mean the difference between success and failure. But how do you identify which Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are right for your organization?
Join Sunbird for our next live DCIM webinar, Data Center KPIs to Optimize Capacity Utilization, to explore how making the most of your data can help you maximize the value of your data center resources.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
Time: 2PM ET
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Posted on October 4, 2017 by Taylor Chan | Comment (0)
With a recent boom in data center needs, the concept of colocation has become a more popular option among all kinds of firms, from big corporations to small businesses. Colocation (“Colo”) facilities run and rent out shared data center space to various tenant customers, as opposed to individual companies managing their own data center.
Startup companies and larger organizations looking to expand their data centers may benefit from researching the colo options available. To help in broadening your knowledge about colos, here is a list of the benefits and challenges of allowing your data center to fly “colo” instead of “solo”: