Optimize your WFH Setup As more people are settling into their work from home (WFH) environment different hardware options can assist with space-saving or even redundancy of products taking up space. From KVMs to wall mounts we’ve quickly highlighted some products that you might want to consider for your home setup. Extenders With evolving
When looking to tidy up the data center, you’ll want to save space and promote efficiency. You’ll quickly find yourself choosing between converged or hyperconverged infrastructure, but keep in mind your objective is to find a tool that works for you, not the other way around. First, let’s define the difference between these setups: Converged
Build Your Community to Grow Your Data Center Data Centers don’t always make public outreach their primary concern, but there’s a lot to gain by making yourself available online. As B2B connections occur, a strong digital presence can establish your reputation. Even if an initial connection point isn’t made online, an online presence can build
Leveling Up Unskilled Workers in the Data Center Data Centers are facing an age-old problem that we all eventually need to contend with; time. As the clock keeps ticking forward, we forget that it’s been some decades since servicing the online needs of the world was a revolutionary new idea that never seemed like it
Data Center Glossary Terms Welcome to the 42U data center glossary terms page. Below is a compilation of the TAGs used in data centers when referring to infrastructure technologies and energy efficiency. Rather than create three separate pages for terms, acronyms and glossary items we have chosen the more efficient approach of combining them into
High level discussion on power management distribution and control technologies for server rack enclosures in your data centers.
When data centers and power are mentioned together, the discussion involves enormous numbers: 70 billion kilowatt-hours consumed in 2016, though that number is starting to level out. Today, the message is everywhere, championed by manufacturers and users alike. Organizations are realizing that not only is power mission-critical to data center operation; it’s also a significant
Remote power management solutions allow administrators to remotely power cycle servers and devices. Organizations use remote power management solutions to manage servers at offices where there are no IT personnel, offering cost-efficient lights-out operation at those sites.
Remote Management Solutions: 24/7 access to critical equipment
Remote reboot power management can be an excellent stand-alone solution or when combined with a KVM management system. Completing a true ‘lights out’ operations center can happen quickly and easily by introducing a simple remote reboot power management solution. Remote KVM over IP access simply permits users to warm reboot computers. In order to cycle power to