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The coronavirus pandemic is testing the theory that data centres are completely manageable remotely. Although a large number of governments, including the UK’s, have recognised data centre workers as key workers, operators are ensuring they minimise risk to employees by keeping non-essential staff at home, establishing rotas, and firing up remote systems where possible.
Those who built remote management capabilities preceding the pandemic are now putting them to the test at a time when businesses and society as a whole need mission-critical infrastructure more than ever. But what are the limits of remote management, and what are the best practices to guarantee uptime?