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There’s no question that big data plays a huge role in the lives of millions of people as well as countless businesses. As each year passes, data gets bigger and more storage facilities are built to handle the influx of information and keep it accessible and safe. Just how big has big data become? How […]

Here it is, just in time for the holidays: the latest AIS Infographic. Do you know why building your own data center is a bad idea? Read on to find out.

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When most people think of the IT world, they think of boring offices, humming computers, and smart people who aren’t very creative. The truth is that the IT world is full of very creative, artistic individuals – and we’re not just talking about graphic designers. The most passionate and creative of IT professionals find unique […]

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When most people think of data center disasters, they probably think of security breaches that major companies have suffered in recent years. While these incidents are significant and can have serious implications, they are not the only disasters to strike in the history of data centers. (missionmode.com) 1983: Faulty Early Warning System Almost Triggers World […]

A power outage represents a major emergency not just for a data center, but the countless clients and customers that depend on it for a multitude of business and personal needs. Downtime means unhappy people and ultimately, lost dollars. Of course, each of these centers has auxiliary power supplies, but sometimes, even they lose juice. […]

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Below is an excellent infographic published by Whoishostingthis.com, a webmaster tool that enables users to discover which web host any given website is hosted on. I found it courtesy of Pam Baker in FierceBigData. Emphasis in red added by me. Brian Wood, VP Marketing —— A Look Inside U.S. Data Centers From Netflix to YouTube, […]

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Cable layout can have a significant impact on the efficiency of your data center. By applying best practices, you can make life much easier for those who work within your facility as well as the end-users who rely on your servers. The following collection of data center cabling tips will help you get the most […]

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1.  It’s Extremely Expensive Do you know the cost of building and running a data center? You’re almost certainly wrong. Underestimating the costs of building your own data center is one of the first and most common mistakes companies make. There are several things to take into consideration when planning the construction of your own […]

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There’s no question that big data plays a huge role in the lives of millions of people as well as countless businesses. As each year passes, data gets bigger and more storage facilities are built to handle the influx of information and keep it accessible and safe. Just how big has big data become? How […]