Most organizations had to rush to shift to work-from-home models. Now, they’re taking a more strategic approach to the return-to-office process and IT Infrastructure. For many, there’s no real hurry. Because remote work has been so successful, organizations have the
Taking advantage of Co-managed IT Services Over the past two years, organizations have recognized bottlenecks and risks in their IT operations. Supporting a remote/hybrid workforce requires different tools and processes than supporting onsite users. Migration of on-premises workloads to the
A Look Ahead to the Future This is the time of year when industry analysts and experts make predictions about the technology landscape in the year to come. Given the pace of change and the hype that often surrounds new
The explosion of smart devices is compelling organizations to seek new ways to deliver IT services to their employees and customers. This is driving the adoption of edge computing — an architectural model in which applications and data are located
Aisle containment is a proven technique for optimizing data center cooling. It builds upon the best practice of arranging racks and cabinets with the fronts of racks in one row facing the fronts of racks in an adjacent row. That
As organizations look at redesigning their office space to support today’s hybrid work model, they should consider audio/visual requirements from the outset. The configuration of rooms and the choice of materials have a big impact on the A/V user experience.
Research shows that uninterruptible power supply (UPS) failure remains the primary cause of data center downtime, accounting for about one-quarter of unplanned outages. The battery is most often the culprit when a UPS fails. Given the high cost of downtime,