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  • Data Center Fire Leads to Outage for Samsung Devices

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    Rich Miller
    20 Apr 2014 | 11:14 am
    A major fire at a Samsung data center in Gwacheon, South Korea Sunday morning caused a data outage for global users of Samsung devices, including smart TVs, phones and tablets. One staffer sustained minor injuries, suffering cuts and scratches from falling debris as portions of the four-story building’s facade fell off due to damage from the fire. Samsung acknowledged the fire in a blog post, reporting that the staff was able to evacuate the facility. Samsung SDS said an investigation was underway to determine the cause of the fire. Data services were affected for several hours before…
  • Microsoft takes Iowa from corn to .com

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    Patrick Thibodeau
    19 Apr 2014 | 5:52 am
    Microsoft is building some 1.16 million square feet of new data center space in Iowa.
  • The Internet of Things will force companies to rethink data-center operations

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    Michael Kassner
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:36 pm
    The Internet of Things is destined to create huge amounts of data. Will data centers be able to stay ahead of the onslaught? Gartner analysts suggest things will have to change.
  • The Flaw of Perfect Executives Who Make No Mistakes, Mistakes are not Tolerated at this Company

    Green (Low Carbon) Data Center Blog
    Dave Ohara
    20 Apr 2014 | 10:58 am
    Rarely will you find Executives Talking about the Mistakes they have made.  Ed Catmull has a talk at Stanford where he talks about mistakes made. So many executives take the strategy of I am at the top and will show you what perfection looks like.  We should all strive to be perfect like I am. In a fear-based, failure -averse culture , people will consciously or unconsciously avoid risk. They will seek instead to repeat something safe that’s been good enough in the past. Their work will be derivative, not innovative. But if you can foster a positive understanding of failure, the opposite…
  • Business Continuity and Workload Mobility for Private Cloud (Cisco Validated Design-Part1)

    Cisco Blog » Data Center and Cloud
    R.Wayne Ogozaly
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:54 pm
    As a Cloud Architect, I’ve had the privilege to work with CTOs and CIOs across the globe to uncover the key factors [...]
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  • Data Center Fire Leads to Outage for Samsung Devices

    Rich Miller
    20 Apr 2014 | 11:14 am
    A major fire at a Samsung data center in Gwacheon, South Korea Sunday morning caused a data outage for global users of Samsung devices, including smart TVs, phones and tablets. One staffer sustained minor injuries, suffering cuts and scratches from falling debris as portions of the four-story building’s facade fell off due to damage from the fire. Samsung acknowledged the fire in a blog post, reporting that the staff was able to evacuate the facility. Samsung SDS said an investigation was underway to determine the cause of the fire. Data services were affected for several hours before…
  • Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of April 19

    Rich Miller
    19 Apr 2014 | 8:26 am
    For your weekend reading, here’s a recap of five noteworthy stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this past week. Microsoft to Build New $1.1 Billion Data Center in Iowa - Microsoft is building even bigger in Iowa. The company today unveiled plans to invest a whopping $1.1 billion in a new data center campus in West Des Moines, where it already operates a large server farm. The project will be one of the largest in the history of the data center industry, with plans calling for 1.2 million square feet of facilities across a 154-acre property. Linode Invests $45 Million to Retool…
  • Microsoft to Build New $1.1 Billion Data Center in Iowa

    John Rath
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:17 pm
    Microsoft is building even bigger in Iowa. The company today unveiled plans to invest a whopping $1.1 billion in a new data center campus in West Des Moines, where it already operates a large server farm. The project will be one of the largest in the history of the data center industry, with plans calling for 1.2 million square feet of facilities across a 154-acre property. The announcement ends the suspense about the identity of the mustery company behind Project Alluvion, the latest in a series of stealthy “codename” projects that have made Iowa a major data center…
  • Cloud Roundup: VMware, IBM, Oracle

    John Rath
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:30 am
    VMware launches vCloud Hybrid service for disaster recovery, The Hartford selects IBM to build private cloud infrastructure, and Oracle adds database backup and storage cloud services to its portfolio of Platform and Infrastructure services. VMware delivers vCloud Hybrid service for disaster recovery. VMware (VMW) announced VMware vCloud Hybrid Service – Disaster Recovery, a new cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) service that provides a continuously available recovery site for VMware virtualized data centers.  The service is available immediately in all five vCloud Hybrid Service data…
  • Red Hat and Dell Partner on OpenStack

    John Rath
    18 Apr 2014 | 7:58 am
    After launching a collaboration late last year Red Hat and Dell announced the availability Dell Red Hat Cloud Solutions powered by Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. The solutions are are pre-tested solutions designed to let customers adopt a private cloud that enables cost reduction and improved agility. Proof of concept configurations are designedfor customers looking to explore OpenStack capabilities, research deployment options, pilot application deployments, and begin the development of an OpenStack cloud environment. Pilot configurations are designed for testing cloud…
 
 
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  • The Flaw of Perfect Executives Who Make No Mistakes, Mistakes are not Tolerated at this Company

    Dave Ohara
    20 Apr 2014 | 10:58 am
    Rarely will you find Executives Talking about the Mistakes they have made.  Ed Catmull has a talk at Stanford where he talks about mistakes made. So many executives take the strategy of I am at the top and will show you what perfection looks like.  We should all strive to be perfect like I am. In a fear-based, failure -averse culture , people will consciously or unconsciously avoid risk. They will seek instead to repeat something safe that’s been good enough in the past. Their work will be derivative, not innovative. But if you can foster a positive understanding of failure, the opposite…
  • Modern History of Typography Told by the Best - Matthew Carter at TED 2014

    Dave Ohara
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:35 am
    TED released Matthew Carter’s “My Life in Typefaces” from Mar 2014 Vancouver, and it is a pleasure to see an old friend get up at TED and talk about Typography.  I was curious what Matthew would present as it has been years since we have chatted. Matthew starts out explaining how important type is. Type is something we consume in enormous quantities. In much of the world, it's completely inescapable. But few consumers are concerned to know where a particular typeface came from or when or who designed it, if, indeed, there was any human agency involved in its creation, if it…
  • 5 Big Ideas with 5 Big Speakers Discuss Next-Generation DC Infrastructure

    Dave Ohara
    19 Apr 2014 | 10:22 am
    I think this will be the fifth GigaOm Structure I am attending.  People ask if I am going to any of the data center conferences and the only ones I consistently attend are 7x24 and DCD.  Why?  Because I find spending two days at GigaOm Structure are more forward thinking.  I might be a speaker/moderator at the conference, and will be there helping out the staff. So who is speaking at the next event?  GigaOm’s Stacey Higginbotham posts on 5 big ideas and 5 big speakers. The first one, even though it names one, Google’s Urs Hoelzle, also mentions Facebook and Microsoft. 1. An…
  • Get your Kids a PRE TSA # for free, Nexus Card for under 18 is free

    Dave Ohara
    19 Apr 2014 | 10:09 am
    ***Warning this is a suggestion for those of you who live near a Nexus Enrollment Center which are places with US Customs and Canadian Customs staff.  Luckily there is one in Seattle so it is close.*** I’ve been able to bring my kids with me through pre TSA lines, but this applies for children 12 and under.  My daughter turns 13 in Sept so she will soon have to get in the regular passenger lines.  I’ve got my wife in the queue for her Nexus/Global Entry card so she’ll get pre TSA. There are three options to enroll in Pre TSA.  I’ll start with the most expensive. 1)  Global Entry…
  • My Ideas Suck, Yeh, Let's fix it, Give up your Space

    Dave Ohara
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:32 pm
    I am having a blast reading Creativity Inc. by Ed Catmull.  The point I read today is how Ideas for Movies suck at the beginning. early on, all of our movies suck. That’s a blunt assessment, I know, but I make a point of repeating it often, and I choose that phrasing because saying it in a softer way fails to convey how bad the first versions of our films really are. I’m not trying to be modest or self-effacing by saying this. Pixar films are not good at first, and our job is to make them so— to go, as I say, “from suck to not-suck.” This idea— that all the movies we now think of…
 
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  • How Can Datacenters Help Build a New Energy Economy? Just Ask San Antonio

    16 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    As Microsoft embraces a more thoughtful approach to powering the cloud, we’re looking at how we can reinvent the datacenter to be more efficient and use more sustainable energy sources. Very few cities have embraced the clean energy economy like San Antonio and its mayor, Julian Castro. In addition, The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has demonstrated its commitment to a more sustainable energy future by establishing The Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute (SERI) under the leadership of Dr. Les Shephard, formerly of Sandia National Lab. With one of our largest datacenters…
  • Three Ways Microsoft is Working to Transform the Energy Supply Chain

    15 Apr 2014 | 3:30 pm
    As Microsoft has embraced its identity as a devices and services company, we’ve also embraced energy’s role in powering the cloud. In the past 12 months, we have made significant progress on an energy strategy that will reduce the resources required to deliver cloud services, from our power purchase agreement with a 110 MW wind farm in Texas, to datacenter innovations like in-rack power generation and biogas-powered datacenters. These initiatives are bound together by our objective to transform the energy supply chain toward radically greater efficiency and reduced environmental impact.
  • Joining the OCP Foundation Board

    25 Mar 2014 | 12:00 am
    The following post is from Bill Laing, Corporate Vice President, Cloud & Enterprise, Microsoft. Today the Open Compute Project Foundation announced that I am one of two new board members, effective immediately. This follows our announcement in January that Microsoft has joined OCP and has contributed the Microsoft cloud server specification to the community. I’m excited and honored to join the community’s leadership and help guide OCP’s continued efforts toward more open, efficient and sustainable datacenters.
  • Achievement Unlocked – Fuel Cell-Powered Computing

    5 Feb 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Last month we told you about a new idea to eliminate electrical distribution in the datacenter and improve uptime at the rack. Sounds great in principal but can you get it to actually work? I am happy to announce the successful demonstration of the concept at the National Fuel Cell Research Center at UC Irvine. We successfully demonstrated a rack of servers powered directly off the direct current (DC) output of the fuel cell stack, essentially stripping out most of the infrastructure found in the traditional data center energy supply chain. The result is a very efficient system with a…
  • Microsoft contributes cloud server designs to the Open Compute Project

    28 Jan 2014 | 12:00 am
    The following post is from Bill Laing, Corporate Vice President, Cloud & Enterprise, Microsoft. On Tuesday, I will deliver a keynote address to 3,000 attendees at the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit in San Jose, Calif. where I will announce that Microsoft is joining the OCP, a community focused on engineering the most efficient hardware for cloud and high-scale computing via open collaboration. I will also announce that we are contributing to the OCP what we call the Microsoft cloud server specification: the designs for the most advanced server hardware in Microsoft datacenters delivering…
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  • Survey: Understanding the business applications running on System z (Mainframe)

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:30 am
    (Posted Friday, April 16, 2014) Help us (IBM) to better understand the business applications you are (or have been) running on System z, your IBM Mainframe, by completing a short 5 minute survey! This survey has been designed to help IBM better understand how your IBM System z inv...
  • Name the 12 Apostles - a quiz

    12 Apr 2014 | 10:27 pm
    Because we’re coming up to Easter, I thought I’d do something different this week! Can you name the 12 Apostles?
  • The IBM The IBM System/360: it started it all 50 years ago today... and the world has never been the same since

    9 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    (Posted on Monday, April 9, 2014) Today is the 50th Anniversary of the IBM System/360, the machine that started the whole mainframe thing. Tuesday, April 7, 1964 (we did all of announcements on Tuesday even back then) marked the beginning of a whole new way of doing computing, a way never tried prior, and a way that is still going strong today.
  • Happy birthday mainframe

    5 Apr 2014 | 10:17 pm
    7 April marks the 50th anniversary of the mainframe. It was on that day in 1964 that the System/360 was announced and the modern mainframe was born. IBM’s Big Iron, as it came to be called, took a big step ahead of the rest of the BUNCH (Burroughs, UNIVAC, NCR, Control Data Corporation, and Honeywell). The big leap of imagination was to have software that was architecturally compatible across the entire System/360 line.
  • Tell me about this Yammer thing

    29 Mar 2014 | 9:51 pm
    I’ve been to a few companies recently that have been using Yammer as a business tool. If you’ve got offices that are spread out, or if your workforce aren’t usually in the office, then it provides an easy way for people to be able to share things – like comments, documents, or images. And you can form groups so discussions, that are only relevant to a small group of people, stay within that small group or team.
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  • How to Document your Data Center like a Pro

    Greg Sowell
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:11 am
    When it comes to making sure your physical technology assets are organized and easy to access, follow these 12 steps for proper documentation and then “set it and forget it.”
  • Network Operations Centers: What No One is Talking About

    Jacob Bertling
    4 Apr 2014 | 7:35 am
    Some colocation data centers have one major problem that no one is talking about. Find out what it is and how you can fix it.
  • 5 Things about Colocation Your Boss Wants to Know

    Amy Baxter
    5 Mar 2014 | 1:18 pm
    When companies consider colocation as an option to upgrade space and power while eliminating downtime, they start evaluating potential data center providers. When reaching out to get a quote or visit a facility, there...
  • The Human Factor: 11 Must-Ask Questions when Evaluating Data Centers

    Brandon Perryman
    25 Feb 2014 | 11:35 am
    While uptime, generators and fuel are valid facility questions, there’s more to choosing a data center when the most common cause of downtime is human error. Here are 11 questions to ask data center providers.
  • 3 Steps to Estimating Power Usage for Colocation

    James Burdine
    18 Feb 2014 | 2:24 pm
    Data centers have shifted toward a pricing model for colocation based on power usage rather than the traditional dollar per square foot model. For that reason, it’s important to have a clear idea of how to estimate your monthly equipment operating power.
 
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  • Boost Agent Performance and Elevate the Customer Experience With Speech Analytics

    17 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    With companies experiencing hundreds to tens of thousands of phone conversations with their customers each day, the questions arise: • Do they know what their customers really want and need? • Are their customers happy or dissatisfied with their service? • Are their employees delivering an exceptional customer experience? Much of the data required to answer these questions is contained within phone conversations between contact center agents and customers. Technology is available to automate the process of recording, mining and analyzing these “voice of the…
  • Supercharge Your Web and Mobile Application Development with High-Productivity Hybrid Cloud

    16 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    Noted Forrester analyst John Rymer helps take the mystery out of the various cloud platforms available and discusses the tremendous efficiency gains that can be achieved using these accelerated approaches. Forrester refers to this market as “High-Productivity PaaS” (Platform as a Service).The webinar also features a complex-made-simple, real-world example from Don Griest at FICO. FICO is the leading predictive analytics and decision management software company. Don will discuss how the OutSystems Platform is helping FICO rapidly deliver solutions with superior quality and unprecedented…
  • Professional NoSQL--Free Sample Chapter

    16 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    NoSQL databases are an efficient and powerful tool for storing and manipulating vast quantities of data. Most NoSQL databases scale well as data grows. In addition, they are often malleable and flexible enough to accommodate semi-structured and sparse data sets. This comprehensive hands-on guide presents fundamental concepts and practical solutions for getting you ready to use NoSQL databases. Expert author Shashank Tiwari begins with a helpful introduction on the subject of NoSQL, explains its characteristics and typical uses, and looks at where it fits in the application stack. Unique…
  • Newspaper 2.0: Your Guide to RSS

    14 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    Let’s say that you are obsessed with Justin Bieber and want updates on his whereabouts at all times of the day and night. RSS makes this fantasy a reality; with the right software and subscriptions, you would receive every relevant  piece of information immediately following publication, delivered to either your mobile device or desktop. Of course, if you are over 14, you probably have other interests – don’t worry, this technology can work for just about anything. With it you can read every article offered by a particular blog, for example. But before explaining how…
  • Big Data Basics

    11 Apr 2014 | 10:50 am
    Amazingly, 90% of the data in the world today has been created only in the last two years. With the increase of mobile devices, social media networks, and the sharing of digital photos and videos, we are continuing to grow the world's data at an astounding pace.However, big data is more than just the data itself. It is a combination of factors that require a new way of collecting, analyzing, visualizing, and sharing data. These factors are forcing software companies to re-think the ways that they manage and offer their data, from new insights to completely new revenue streams.Request Free!
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  • Hewson To Headline Industry Conference

    Estelle Nagel
    11 Apr 2014 | 4:46 am
    The Multi-Channel Contact Centre Optimisation Conference 2014 will be taking place from 14 -15 May in Sunninghill, Johannesburg where Jed Hewson will be part of a panel unpacking the necessity of optimising the multi-channel environment. The increasing cost pressures facing companies, and the analysing of business areas has resulted in the interest in contact centres growing. As a result business models such as the virtual contact centre are becoming an increasingly attractive option for businesses. While there is an increasing amount of businesses wanting to optimise their contact centres,…
  • 3 Crucial tools for the next-generation call center

    Estelle Nagel
    8 Apr 2014 | 12:48 am
    In a world with more demanding customers and rapidly changing technology, call centers need to be more agile and adaptable than ever before. The sudden uptake of the cloud surprised even the most astute analysts last year, with DMG Consulting reporting that cloud-based infrastructure is by far the fastest growing area for the call center industry, and expected to double between 2013 and 2015. 1Stream White paper 3 Crucial tools for Next Generation call centres
  • Call centers are getting smarter

    Estelle Nagel
    19 Mar 2014 | 5:41 am
    There are many companies that long for the days where landlines were still the norm, particularly when it comes to debt collecting. Because landlines were analogue and geographic in nature, which meant that callers had no idea who has ringing and whoever was calling knew or could find the address that landline was attached to, people were simply more likely to answer their phones. Close to 30 million South Africans regularly use mobile phones, whilst only 5 million own landlines. This has left the majority of the population able to not only travel freely, but to identify callers. The average…
  • Do you know what your customers really think about you?

    Estelle Nagel
    19 Mar 2014 | 5:40 am
    Whether it’s the fault of social media, or a failing to demonstrate true innovation in a rapidly changing market, products are becoming commoditised – goods and their providers are seen as virtually indistinguishable from the next as companies constantly and consistently match or merely marginally improve upon the offers and efforts of their rivals. This has meant that customer satisfaction has become vitally important. But how exactly does one achieve that? Research has shown that “totally satisfied” customers contribute 17 times as much revenue to a company as a somewhat…
  • Are enterprise companies the new ice exporters?

    Estelle Nagel
    18 Dec 2013 | 12:29 am
    by Bruce von Maltitz It’s hard to believe that ice was once a precious commodity. But in the early 1800s, a man called Frederic Tudor (affectionately known as the “Ice King”) made his fortune shipping thousands of tons of ice across the globe. Until Tudor entered the scene, ice was little more than an inconvenience in winter. Thanks to his persistence, it soon became a standard offering in bars and restaurants – and even hospitals, where it was used to treat fever. It was an expensive operation – laborers sawed blocks of ice apart by hand and floated them down a stream where a…
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  • Not quite as virtual as he thought

    Sharky
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    It's the 1980s, and this IT contractor is working on a big project to install an accounting system for a utility in the days before ERP. And with a little downtime on his hands, he gets his first opportunity to try using a virtual machine.
  • Because six times a day is really enough, right?

    Sharky
    4 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    This state transportation department uses computer science students from a local university as programming interns, and everyone is happy with the arrangement -- until one intern learns how to bring down the mainframe.
  • Think anyone will notice if I don't show up?

    Sharky
    28 Mar 2014 | 3:00 am
    This four-person team of sysadmins are good about sharing after-hours responsibility for a large cluster of midrange computers. But then a new member of the team arrives who's not exactly a team player.
  • Two Microsoft execs fade away: Reller and Bates are out

    Richi Jennings
    3 Mar 2014 | 3:02 am
    Tami and Tony taken out behind the barn. Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) new CEO is doing some spring-cleaning. Looks like Tami Reller's getting the blame for Windows 8, and there's simply no reason to keep Tony Bates hanging around like the metaphorical bad smell. In other news, Scrooled-meister Mark Penn is getting a promotion. Oh brother. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers eyeroll until their extraocular muscles scream for mercy. Not to mention: MC Chris crosses the nerdcore streams, in tribute to Harold Ramis...
  • To err is human, to foul up big-time requires SOP

    Sharky
    21 Feb 2014 | 3:00 am
    Flashback to 1975, when this pilot fish gets his first IT job as the night computer operator for a regional savings and loan, where the disks show errors almost every night -- but there's a standard procedure for dealing with that.
 
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  • The Benefits of MPLS – Your New Network Solution

    Dario Zadro
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:12 am
    For every business, the speed and efficiency of their computer network is a constant concern. Today, networking services must go far beyond the standards of the past, to encompass a full range of data traffic that supports every aspect of the modern office workplace. That means not only delivering data packets, but delivering them quickly and securely, often to outlying locations that may be connected to the company’s network. Make no mistake, speed and reliability are not just luxuries, they are essential if a business is to succeed and flourish in an ever more competitive marketplace.
  • Mobile Enterprise Management – The Pros and Cons of BYOD

    Dario Zadro
    24 Mar 2014 | 3:02 pm
    VoIP and Cloud Computing have revolutionized the modern workplace, helping businesses to become leaner and more responsive to their customer’s needs and expectations. The very nature of these services has helped to build a more mobile workforce, able to service clients from anywhere in the field, all while remaining in constant contact with home base. Mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and wi-fi enabled laptops, are at the heart of this new mobility. These internet ready devices have been a boon to businesses, and have been eagerly adopted by the general public. This has led…
  • Video Conferencing for Small Businesses – Increasing Productivity While Saving Money

    Dario Zadro
    13 Mar 2014 | 7:48 am
    Video conferences aren’t just the stuff of blockbuster movies and mega-corporations any longer. Small and medium sized businesses are now realizing the huge cost-benefits of employing video conferencing in their day to day operations. Advances in computer and data technologies have put video conferences within reach of even the smallest entrepreneur, and they are quickly becoming a common tool for businesses of all sizes and descriptions. Video conferencing allows coworkers to successfully collaborate on projects over great distances, enables more effective communication between sales…
  • The 5 Basic Steps to Ensuring Quality VoIP Phone Service

    Dario Zadro
    6 Mar 2014 | 10:20 am
    VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, offers businesses of all sizes an unrivaled opportunity to save money on their telephone systems. VoIP is the process of taking analog audio signals and turning them into to digital data that can be transmitted using a business’ internet connection. Voice over Internet phone service has, in many ways, revolutionized the way businesses approach their telecommunications needs. The benefits of VoIP are clear. It can be more flexible than a traditional phone system, it’s highly responsive and easily integrated into a business environment, and it…
  • Ethernet Over Copper vs. Fiber – The Battle Between Innovations

    Dario Zadro
    21 Feb 2014 | 3:55 pm
    Computer technology has become an indispensable part of modern commerce, and businesses of all sizes demand the fastest and most reliable connectivity for their information networks. These networks must be able to carry data and voice quickly and securely, with as few interruptions or incidents of down time as possible. This need for speed in the form of dedicated bandwidth has driven a number of innovations in fiber optics and copper based delivery methods. For most businesses, however, ethernet over copper (EoC) continues to offer the best solution to their networking needs. Ethernet Over…
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  • Cloud With Hourly Billing For Robust Structure With Full Cost Control

    Pravin Ganore
    12 Apr 2014 | 1:34 am
    To offer you or your business more secure and complete server option, our eNlight Cloud Computing has got the pay-per-use model. With the ability to control costs, you also have access to a modern and smart structure to maintain its services that are always available. ESDS eNlight Cloud offers you: Private internal network Firewall Lots of operating system Ready to install applications such as WordPress, Joomla, etc.. Changing profile of the machine the way you want Monitoring Features Besides all this, you can: Monitor and control the consumption of servers Observe spending in real time…
  • Reasons That Make The Client Leave The Cart

    Pravin Ganore
    10 Apr 2014 | 11:08 pm
    Imagine a customer walking into a supermarket. He fills the shopping cart – food, drinks, cleaning products, all that is missing at home. But instead of spending the cash, he abandons the cart in the hallway and goes away without paying anything. The scene seems absurd? As this happens all the time in the virtual world. According to surveys from IBM, up to 70% of online purchases are abandoned midway. The reasons are varied: The freight amazed the client, he got angry with the endless amount of information requested before paying your shop or simply did not inspire confidence. Learn…
  • Virtualization: Complexity And Extinction Of Hardware

    Pravin Ganore
    10 Apr 2014 | 12:03 am
    These days I was talking to my ex-Coordinator, one of the references I have in IT. The topic of our conversation was Virtualization. Theme in a broad nature, took great proportions, as usual. Therefore, I will limit the item in 2 (two) closely connected points discussed in that conversation. The first, on the challenges that the recent Virtualization has provided. It is known that virtualization has brought us many facilities. But if we analyze the difficulties that came proportionally, in particular, the complexity in virtualized environments are acquiring. Sometime ago, a good Analyst of…
  • Cloud Storage Data Center

    Pravin Ganore
    8 Apr 2014 | 12:58 am
    Cloud Storage Data Center - The model for online storage where data is stored on multiple distributed servers in the network of data centers, provided for use of customers, mainly third party. In contrast to the model of data storage on their own dedicated servers, leased or purchased specifically for this purpose, or any number of servers, the internal structure of the customer, in general, is not visible. The data is stored and processed in a so called cloud that represents from the point of view of the customer, one large virtual server. Physically, these servers can be located remotely…
  • Main Reasons For The Increase In Demand For Data Centers

    Pravin Ganore
    7 Apr 2014 | 1:06 am
    Currently, the demand for data centers in India is increasing. As large and small businesses companies are moving to appropriate technologies now, data center play an important role. Needless to say, data centers – at the forefront, and their value is difficult to underestimate. More and more users connect to the Internet. These users receive and transmit large amounts of data, thus increasing the need for fast communication lines and data transmission technologies. The lines of communication should always be available, and to pass the maximum amount of data per unit time. All this…
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