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The world is inherently risky. And damage to data or the network can be just as bad as damage to brick and mortar. The list of potential disasters is long, as well as global conflicts, cyber attacks, and simple human error. We are constantly reminded of the importance of being prepared for disaster and how recent events have changed the way many IT professionals view data security. In this podcast, a discussion about disaster preparedness in the data center with Intel IT’s Brad Ellison.
Intel IT discusses remaining committed to four-year server refresh strategy, after economic conditions forced reevaluation.
Intel conducted an investigation of air economizers to optimize power, cooling in their data centers.
Discusses economic environment, greater need for IT to drive productivity, efficiency across Intel.
Intel IT, NYSE Euronext discuss implication of Intel® Xeon® processors to data centers and businesses.
Increase compute power while maintaining costs.
Running the data center service like a factory