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From Universal Rail Kits to Keyboard Trays, Here's How You Can Enhance Your Data Center

Sometimes operating a data center can be quite overwhelming, and your job is made even harder when racks and cables are strewn about the floor. As is the case in any industry, you need to invest in some important tools and resources without breaking the bank to maximize your efficiency.By investing in universal rail kits, cable [...]

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3 Important Aspects of a Quality Used Network Rack

Data centers are rapidly changing the way that the world operates, and computer servers are the crux of any great tech provider. Despite their importance, your business does not need to pay top dollar for server racks, and investing in used network racks will enable you to reallocate these funds to more beneficial endeavors.Used networks [...]

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Repair Shops Say Servers and Consoles Get Infested With Dust and Roaches

Any computer repair shop will be able to share a few horror stories about broken servers, computers, and consoles. Because many of these devices use fans to circulate air and reduce overheating, they're prone to dust damage. Often, these expensive machines get stuffed under a desk or in a closet and left alone for years. [...]

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This One Piece of IT Equipment Is Essential for Tech Startups Everywhere

With the advent of cloud computing, the popularity of mobile apps, and the vast data needs of businesses everywhere, now is the perfect time for tech startups to form. Yet these businesses need more than proper staffing and office space. They also need the right technology to take part in these advances.But all the computers, [...]

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The 3 Most Critical Layers of Automation in Data Centers

More than ever before in the history of computers, the $14 billion computer server industry is a buzz with one word: automation.Thanks to data center automation, enterprises are able to handle significantly more customers and clients, revolutionizing the result for the end user. According to Data Center Knowledge, users will continue to get their content [...]

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3 Ways You Could Unknowingly Be Lowering Your Data Center's Efficiency

With most, if not all, major companies relying on data centers and servers to store large quantities of information today, there's no denying the fact that we rely on massive collections of computer server racks more than ever before. Despite their convenience and the innovations they allow us to perform, data centers are notorious for their energy consumption. Between 2005 [...]

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Microsoft Readies 16 Security Patches for Massive Windows Update

According to a new report from Computer Weekly, tech giant Microsoft is preparing to release a huge set of updates for a number of its most popular software options. The update package, which will go live on November 11, will include no fewer than 16 separate patches meant to update Windows Server, Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, Windows Office, and [...]

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Spending on Cloud Data Centers Generates Competition Among Tech Giants

As cloud computing providers continue to compete for dominance of this rapidly-growing market, spending on cloud data center infrastructure is soaring -- with future spending only projected to increase even more. According to a recent Data Center Knowledge article, Amazon, the currently undisputed leader of cloud computing, reported that its cloud computing platform, Amazon Web Services, is the fastest-growing component of its [...]

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Microsoft Pushes Back Against Gov't Requests to Mine Foreign Data Servers

According to a recent report from popular tech website Mashable, Microsoft continues its challenge to the mass surveillance policies of the United States government. In December 2013, Microsoft received a warrant requesting information that instructed the technology giant to turn over all data stored within the e-mail account of an Outlook user to the federal government. Outlook is a third-party [...]

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Silk Road 2.0' Raid Leads to Federal Seizure of Hundreds of Servers

Silk Road 2.0' Raid Leads to Federal Seizure of Hundreds of ServersAccording to a new report from USA Today, a coalition of British and American digital security forces has arrested multiple individuals and shut down more than 400 websites tied to the black market trading service known as Silk Road 2.0. Silk Road 2.0, named for the ancient trade [...]

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