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Remote Data Centre Management in 2021

As data centre spending rebounds in the upcoming months, businesses will focus on making the best use of remote tools for data centre management. This will help them to maintain flexibility, agility, and adaptability in the face of changes to come. 


Maintaining uptime with environment monitoring

Data centre uptime is one of the most critical aspects to your organisation and to your customers. One of the first key metrics users look at when choosing a data centre is their uptime statistics.

When you proactively monitor the environment in your data centre, you show your commitment to providing reliability while also improving your data centre performance and operational costs.


Schneider Electric releases open API for EcoStruxure IT Expert

Schneider Electric has released a public API for its cloud-based data centre monitoring software EcoStruxture IT Expert.

EcoStruxure IT Expert is a vendor-agnostic, AI-powered monitoring platform that allows data centre operators to monitor power and critical infrastructure remotely.

The API allows end users to integrate the platform’s remote monitoring capabilities into third-party power and critical infrastructure systems.


DCIM for Edge site management – Top tips

The lack of staff or “lights out” nature of many local IT and mobile  edge computing (MEC) sites makes operations & maintenance of the supporting IT infrastructure a challenge. This struggle worsens as the number of sites increase. How do you maintain IT resiliency in a cost effective way under these conditions? It is not practical… Read More


The benefits of designing data centres for efficiency

When deploying IT infrastructure to support an enterprise organisation, there are several factors to consider. All of the decisions are based on the specific needs of the business, it’s type, the customers it services and the applications it needs to support. For many, the first decision however, is whether to own or outsource?  

Do the needs of the business require predominantly commercial applications, which can be delivered via the cloud? Or does the organisation depend so crucially on local IT assets for performance, data sovereignty or application speed, that it is more preferable to keep their resources on premise?