The data center colocation will give the state access to a modern facility for enterprise servers, storage and communications.
While agencies have collectively made progress on closing data centers, the Government Accountability Office finds they must establish clear goals to continue making progress and accurately assess future savings.
Cyber crimes and equipment failures may run far behind human error.
Project Natick reflects Microsoft’s pursuit of sustainable data center solutions that offer lower cooling costs and less latency.
The Army Application Migration Pre-assessment Tool helps systems owners collect the data needed for migration planning.
Powerful, streamlined data center operations will give agencies the infrastructure they need to handle future demands.
Forty-three percent of the initiatives in the Pittsburgh Roadmap for Inclusive Innovation are underway.
Lt. Gen. William Bender describes ways his service can become more IT efficient.
Using data integration techniques and effective visualizations, data center managers can see facility and equipment alarms in a single dashboard.
Unlike perimeter-based security, virtualized network security allows for segmenting the data center, firewalling off various sensitive areas without the need for external hardware.
While the benefits of data integration and consolidation can be clear, the process is not easy to implement.
By evaluating risk, designing for optimal functionality and maintaining for continuity, federal data center managers can ensure the continued success of their facility.
The Indiana Office of Technology is building the first state-level all-flash data center in the United States.
Aligned Data Centers’ pay-for-use pricing model helps cut power waste and colocation costs.