Students and faculty continuously migrate data to personal devices such as laptops, iPhones, Androids and tablets. As a result, the OSU mathematics department's IT team sought a...
As the volume, mobility and compliance requirements of enterprise data explodes, so has the need to collect and preserve data for the purpose of e-discovery. Learn how enterprise...
Mobility and consumerization are little more than buzzwords without the applications that drive business activities. A successful enterprise mobility strategy places priority on...
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Data center owners will be increasingly challenged to report their carbon emissions. This paper introduces a simple approach, supported by free web-based tools, for estimating the carbon footprint of a data center anywhere in the world.
Data centers are routinely and unknowingly missing a great portion of their entitlement from virtualization. Beyond virtualization's undisputed IT benefits - from reduced rack footprint to disaster recovery - is the parallel story of a substantial benefit from optimizing the physical infrastructure that supports it.
Rack power creates cooling challenges. Read this paper to review five strategies for deploying ultra-high power racks and practical solutions for both new and existing data centers.
This paper explains how to quantify the electricity savings and provides examples of methods that can greatly reduce electrical power consumption.
This paper presents an overview of a standardized, step-by-step process methodology that can be adapted and configured to suit individual requirements.
This article discusses the efficiency benefits of row-based cooling compared to two other common cooling architectures.
This paper describes the principles of a new, commercially available data center architecture that can be implemented today to dramatically improve the electrical efficiency of data centers.
To stay competitive in today's rapidly changing business world, companies must update the way they view the value of their investment in data center physical infrastructure (DCPI). Learn more.
Cooling for IT wiring closets is rarely planned and typically only implemented after failures or overheating occur. This paper describes the science and practical application of an improved method for the specification of cooling for wiring closets.
This paper describes the science and practical application of an improved method for the specification of power and cooling infrastructure for data centers.