Preparing for the Los Angeles Earthquake Retrofit Measure and California Seismic Safety Deadlines
Learn the quick facts for both the statewide Seismic Safety Act and Southern California Retrofit Measure. As both deadlines approach for Southern California businesses, we cover the key considerations to ensure your IT infrastructure meets compliance and questions you should be asking of data centers.
T5 and LA County Press Conference
Los Angeles County has chosen T5@LA for their data center needs. Hear from LA County Supervisors and personnel on why T5 was their best option
T5@LA Data Center Tour
Take the tour of T5@LA Data Center with Aaron Wangenheim Chief Marketing Officer of T5…
Jeramy Gray for T5@LA County
T5’s high level of engagement and partnership made the difference in improving the way LA County does business according to Assistance Executive Officer for the LA County Board of Supervisors Jeramy Gray.
Scott Minnix for T5@LA County
Upon doing extensive analysis, LA County Director of Internal Services Department, Scott Minnix determined that T5@LA met and exceeded the County’s complex data center requirements.
Dean Gialamas for T5@LA County
LA County Division Director Dean Gialamas explains how T5 stands out in it’s “extensive and professional level in which they create their environment”. That kind of environment earned the business of LA County and so many more who trust T5 every day with their data center security and needs.
Jack Fagundo for T5@LA County
Jack Fagundo, LA County’s Computing Services Branch Manager explains why T5 was the best solution for LA County and was able to service all of LA County’s data center needs after careful inspection.
Los Angeles County and Data Center Security
Los Angeles County has upgraded its data center and now has the most advanced security features that use machine learning techniques to blog and learn from potential security risks threatening the county’s data.
Los Angeles County and Resiliency with T5
Los Angeles County has upgraded its data storage system to make it less vulnerable to equipment failure, potential earthquakes, and power outages.