Tagged: Data Centers

Changing Landscape Of Data Centers

Earlier, data centers used to be treated like offices. Organizations would purchase or lease space for tasks and they would set up networking, storage, systems, and power and cooling machines there. After they had been set up, machines would stay put in that location for years. Individual machines located there would be upgraded with new technology when needed. All that perception has undergone a sea change. Data centers are now akin to hotels, where tasks check in for some time and then shift elsewhere. For instance, they will shift to a data center owned by a company or a cloud...
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Addressing Concerns At Data Centers

Physical or virtual warehouse of a company’s systems, where its entire crucial data is stored and processed, is known as a data center. In other words, it is analogous to the brain of a living being. Large companies and government organizations have their own data centers, while smaller companies lease services from those owned by others. These days, they also provide cloud services for organizations. What is vital today is that data centers, whatever be their size, have to be secured. For instance, computers need to be protected from burglary and also damages to hardware, either intentional or otherwise. Besides...
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