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Indianapolis IT Expert Says NYSE Computer Outage Time Could Have Been Reduced and Might Have Been Hacked

The NYSE, along with United and WSJ.com, outages were cause for concern last week, raising a variety of questions in the midst of reports of “technical issues”. The official statement reads as follows: “It was determined that the NYSE and NYSE MKT customer gateways were not loaded with the proper configuration compatible with the new …

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Container Computing Makes a Splash with Developers

Developers can run into problems when their applications lack scalability or compatibility. To ensure applications can meet the demands of users, developers must devote considerable time to testing, but they may need access to additional resources in order to do that. When developers are testing the functionality of an application, a host server may become …

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What You Need to Know About Data Center Migration

By the time businesses decide to move their data center, or consolidate multiple data centers at one location, they’re eager to get to work and finish the migration as soon as possible. But this task requires a lot of planning and coordination, and rushing the process can create big problems. Following are some recommendations if …

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How Data Types Influence Storage Choices

At home, an overflowing closet or cramped attic can be a clue that it’s time to rent a storage space (or have a garage sale). You don’t need access to all of your belongings, all the time. And the same is true of data. When businesses begin to amass so much data that it becomes …

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How the Heat Generated by Data Centers Can Be Recycled

The data center industry has to innovate quickly to keep up with current trends, which is a primary reason it receives a lot of attention. One aspect that is always top of mind in this industry is energy conservation, thanks to the fact that high amounts of energy are consumed by data centers. While we need …

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Making the Right Purchase Decisions for Your Data Center

Hardware equipment, network cables, cooling components, etc. are all very much part of a data center’s core infrastructure. Making the right decisions when purchasing these critical components can lead to an optimized and cost effective data center environment. However, you have to look at the pros and cons of past and future decisions to be …

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The Right Approach to Lean Data Centers

The lean approach to data centers has caught on big time as a means to reduce cost and improve efficiency. A primary focus of the lean approach to data centers is on reducing cooling expenses and improving the energy efficiency of servers. While this is indeed valuable and helps to generate savings, this may actually …

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Impact Awards 2013: The Best of Modern Infrastructure for Data Centers

Data Center Infrastructure is undergoing a tremendous wave of evolution and innovation. And companies have stepped out of the comfort zone of traditional computing and have invested in getting the best new technologies, practices and products into the market. The Impact Awards recognize the leaders primarily in the areas of mobility, storage and cloud computing. …

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NFPA’s Revised 70E Standards Increase the Demands on Data Centers

The National Fire Safety Authority (NFPA) lists out standards related to fire safety. Data centers, which are always at risk from fire and related hazards, should pay attention to these standards laid down by NFPA in order to remain compliant and safe. Standard for the Protection of Information Technology Equipment,” offers a detailed checklist on …

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Virtualization: The Natural Advancement of Data Centers

In recent years, data centers have undergone several major changes. Data center transformation and modernizing data centers lead to better savings and improved performance. Modern organizational IT infrastructures experience speedy growth, and therefore, it is important to upgrade the data centers. Modernizing your data center has many benefits: Network benefits Security benefits Cost Savings benefits. Let’s take …

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