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Human Bias and Data Center Operations

Published Oct 3, 2013 by Joseph Parrino

Joe Parrino, SVP, Data Center Operations, discusses human bias in the data center. Humans are flawed; it’s a big issue in data center management. This look at NASA’s Columbia tragedy gives us some insight on how we can overcome this.


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The Data Center is Everywhere…

Published Sep 25, 2013 by Aaron Wangenheim

What do data centers and the boats racing the America’s Cup in San Francisco have to do with each other? Let us explain.


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Commissioning: How to Break the System in Order to Achieve Success

Published Sep 3, 2013 by Robbie Sovie

Although some are more aesthetically pleasing than others, from an outsider’s perspective, Data Centers are “gray” boxes, filled with “black” boxes… But to the insiders, data centers are beautifully crafted facilities managing the world’s data and anxious to be put to the test! How do you put a data center to the test?


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Constructing the Concrete Clouds

Published Aug 21, 2013 by T5 Data Centers

Enterprise businesses and individuals alike are moving closer and closer to complete cloud computing. This of course doesn’t mean that our data is being stored up in the sky somewhere, but in a network of worldwide data centers off-site from our actual computers and devices.


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All Data Centers Are Not Created Equal

Published Aug 9, 2013 by Aaron Wangenheim

Aaron Wangenheim, EVP, Chief Marketing Officer discusses why customization is one of three reasons why not all data centers are created equal. Read on to learn more about all three reasons.