What Sets Edge Computing Apart? Customizing Physical Infrastructure for Maximum Impact
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2M ago
By Emily Newton is a tech journalist with over five years of experience covering how technology is changing industry and business. Keep up with Emily by connecting with her on LinkedIn Edge computing promises to revolutionize the way many industries operate. It will usher in a new era of connectivity, take automation to new heights and finally make self-driving cars a reality. In order to get there, though, you have to consider edge computing infrastructure. This side of edge computing is easy to overlook, but it is important not to. Physical factors make a much bigger difference wh ..read more
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The Idiosyncrasies of Data Center White Space, Rack & Stack, Power and Conveyance Planning The fight for Internal versus Outsourced Data Center processing
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5M ago
By Mike Najarian, Consultant for Corporate Strategy, Execution & Integration of Infrastructure, Data Center, Cloud, Network & Security Programs Data Centers have undergone a landscape transformation for many years, from back office number-crunching mystery to corporate-owned glass palaces and outsourced cloud computing facilities to Hyper-Scale Data Centers. These trends are nice but scary. For years, it’s been the cost association of internal Data Center operations that has been prohibitive. The cost of ownership, Legacy Applications and Hardware, AC/DC/UPS power, HVAC, technical and ..read more
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Planning Ahead: How Data Center Leaders Can Navigate the Era of Constrained Data Center Supply
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7M ago
By Patrick Lynch, Executive Managing Director Global Lead, CBRE Data Center Solutions, CBRE Data center construction activity has hit record highs, but extended timeframes caused by power constraints, supply chain disruptions, and labor shortages are severely impacting project delivery timelines. CBRE Research reports that data center construction across U.S. primary markets surged 25% in H1 2023 to a total of 2,288 megawatts (MW) under development. However, lead times for new build outs now range from 2-6 years, compared to just 1-3 years prior to 2020. For CIOs, IT managers and technology l ..read more
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Developing a Data-Centered Culture in the Insurance Industry
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7M ago
By Jen Dalton, Chief Information Security Officer at Brush Claims In today’s technological landscape, it is crucial for all insurance organizations to remain data-driven with security top-of-mind. Insurance technology, or “insurtech”, spending in the United States is anticipated to grow by more than 25% between 2022 and 2026, and data is king in ensuring the successful implementation and security of new technologies. Data has become one of the biggest drivers for making impactful business process improvements. Data is also more at risk now than it has been in the past, as privacy breaches and ..read more
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Why The Data Center Will Live On
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by cxomagazine
7M ago
By Allan Chen, VP of Institute Technology and Chief Technology Officer, California Institute of the Arts It has become all too easy to declare the future of data centers as doomed to go to the cloud. While, yes, the writing to shift to the cloud has become so aged on the wall as to be already faded, this is far too simple of a declaration. Even for small IT shops, which often do not have secondary “hot” sites for failover and rely heavily on outside sources, such as the cloud, for redundancy and disaster recovery, it is not easy to decide to go “all in.”  In the long run, the writing on ..read more
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To Cloud or Not to Cloud, is it really a Question?
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by cxomagazine
7M ago
By Charles E. Christian, CHCIO, CDH-E, LFCHIME, LFHIMSS, Vice President of Technology & CTO, Franciscan Health I’m working on my 6th decade in healthcare, so I’ve been around since before data centers were a thing in this industry.  I watched the transition from mainframes to minicomputers to server clusters and now to virtualized servers; it looks like circular evolution of how computing resources are provided. Therefore, I must ask, are we looking at continuing the evolution when datacenters are again not really a thing in healthcare in a few years? With the increased function ..read more
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From Data Center to Data Management, Nothing Should Escape Transformation
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by cxomagazine
7M ago
By Todd Barber, Director of Enterprise Applications and Data Services, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center The data center has undergone its own “digital transformation” over the past decade or two. Networks have been extended into several clouds, both public and private; portions have remained as is. Infrastructure has gone from massive on-premise rooms to, well, lines of code. There are seemingly countless iterations, options, and opportunities of what a data center could look like during this transformation because, without a doubt, the transformation isn’t complete. Some org ..read more
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Cable Plant Matters in the Rapidly Changing Data Center Landscape
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by cxomagazine
7M ago
By Kam Patel, Vice President of Data Center Market Development, CommScope The volume of digital traffic pouring into data centers continues to climb; meanwhile, emerging technologies like quantum computing, AI, and machine-to-machine communications are pushing latency requirements into the single-millisecond range and generating power-hungry workloads. These and other trends are converging in the data center’s infrastructure—forcing network managers to rethink how to stay ahead of the changes while improving efficiency. Whether it’s interconnecting multiple hyperscale facilities, upgrading sw ..read more
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Three key Types of Security Controls to Consider when Assessing a Data Center
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by cxomagazine
7M ago
By Guy Albertini, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Rutgers University Data centers are essential to modern businesses, as they provide the infrastructure necessary to store, process, and transmit data. Whether a data center is in the cloud or on-premises, it is important to consider a range of security controls to protect against threats to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data stored within. In this article, we will outline three key types of security controls to consider when assessing a data center: administrative, physical, and techni ..read more
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