With the rising density of IT equipment in today’s data centers and network closets, proper distribution of power in the rack is becoming increasing important. Understanding your power consumption and constraints is key in properly building out and protecting your environment. With so many different offerings available, it can be difficult to pin down the features that will work best in your application.
Hurricane season begins June 1st, and many businesses are again considering their risk of damage and financial loss that can occur from a natural disaster. Beyond the potential for structural damage, flooding, power outages, fire, or other natural forces, today’s increasingly web-based businesses must prepare for the possible loss of sensitive client and proprietary data in case of an emergency. Now is the time of year to get ready and protect your business from the damage, both physical and digital, of a natural disaster.
After taking in cost and hardware considerations for Windows Server 2003 workloads, one option to consider is a migration to Microsoft Azure. With the end-of-support date for Windows Server 2003 just around the corner, we’ll examine why migrating to Microsoft Azure could be the best decision.
Submitted by christopher mantooth on Apr 30, 2015.
Today, companies of all sizes are taking the plunge into the Office 365 arena. Customers frequently want to know if it’s possible for two tenants owned by two different companies to share free busy information with each other like they are used to doing with on premises Exchange.
I can only assume that you’re already on the path to virtualization. Traditional IT’s rigid approach is the death knell for an agile business, which is a requirement for today’s businesses. Let’s not let our years of experience and training cloud our view of the future of IT.