Some of the most common reasons for a data center relocation include: Applications are outgrowing existing infrastructure and increased capacity is needed Consolidation or moving equipment on-premises Switching from private cloud to other cloud solutions Moving to a shared/leased colocation
The cloud is, by its very nature, a global phenomenon. But the ever-increasing demand for cloud-based applications, by both businesses and consumers, is driving new data center footprint trends. Many tech-centric operations have been building at a breakneck pace. Their
The data center is a high-risk environment requiring highly trained personnel. A smart data center safety plan is great to have . . . but useless if it’s not properly implemented. Thus, the untrained or poorly trained engineer is kryptonite
The vast majority of data centers still have plenty of room for efficiency gains. To mitigate the risk of injury and equipment damage, how IT equipment is handled in the data center really matters. We’ll demonstrate the high cost of
Well-prepared data center operators take the same approach to moving IT equipment as with every other data center activity: They use the right tools. This is how they mitigate the risk of equipment damage and employee injury, and realize benefits
In the data center, having the right tools matters. A purpose-built Data Center Infrastructure Handling (DCIH) device to safely and efficiently move IT equipment is a best-practice purchase. Our guide will help you to find the perfect purchase for your
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