Last week, we discussed the real costs of data center improvement in technology to support 5G, and we continue with Part II, from a data center perspective, and how 5G will affect the day in and day out operations and planning that go into managing and maintaining a data center? With the need for new data center construction and the increase in data center resources, staffing the data center will become a priority. Having the right personnel on the job will make the transition to 5G much easier. The focusSEE DETAILS
The anticipation of 5G wireless technology has increased every year since the release of 4G. The demand for streaming services, artificial intelligence and other bandwidth-heavy applications has gone up significantly, which is driving demand for faster speeds and less latency—which all point to the data center. 5G technology could bring a possible latency, new technologies such as augmented reality, autonomous driving cars, and the explosion of IoT will benefit from the higher speeds and lower latency of 5G technology. However, what’s the cost of this improvement in technology? From anSEE DETAILS
As companies continue to focus on their digital transformation to capture the value of their data and improve processes, the momentum behind digital transformation is increasing, with greater capital being allocated towards digital investments, with spending expected to reach $1.7 trillion by the end of 2019 and nearly $2 trillion by 2022, according to recent reports from IDC. In this wake, there remains another transformation that must be addressed; the ongoing threats of cyber-attacks and data leaks has resulted in many of today’s data centers simply adding more security protocols toSEE DETAILS <span class="more-link-hover-image...
What comes to mind when you read the words “regulation” and “compliance?” Complex? Costly? Endless? Burdensome? Perhaps, and especially so to your IT team. Regulatory compliance is a responsibility that depends on your key providers as much as your own practices. Before organizations started regularly partnering with cloud and co-location providers, IT leaders were not certain that they could maintain security, privacy, and compliance if they relied on outside providers for their critical technology operations. The cost of noncompliance can be significant, if not crippling and for businesses in healthcare,SEE DETAILS
We are thrilled to announce that our CEO, Ofer Laksman, has received the honor of being one of the 20 Best-Performing CEO’s to Watch Out For in 2019, as shared by Mirror Review today. You can read more about it HERE. The business has radically changed over the course of 24 months, affecting and exposing some of the greatest risks to the largest data centers in the world. Today’s businesses must understand GDPR, governmental policy and regulation to include the recent Department of Homeland Security Task Force assembly, data andSEE DETAILS