T5FM Resources

T5FM Four Pillars of Management: Safety

The culture here at T5 is simple, we want all our customers to be successful, while maintaining our facilities. This means ensuring our data centers are held to the highest safety standards and creating a culture where spotting safety risks is always a top priority.


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T5FM Four Pillars of Management: Communication

Communication is one of the four pillars of T5 Facilities Management, contributing to customer satisfaction. Our highly skilled managers & technicians are not only technically sound, they are able to customize communication, as well as report & escalate protocols for each specific customer.


T5FM Four Pillars of Management: Training

Learn why training is one of our four pillars of T5 Facilities Management. John Ducic explains in the video above how T5FM’s training is modeled after the U.S Navy Nuclear Training Program. It’s safe to say your critical data is in good hands with T5.


The Fourth Annual Washington, D.C. & Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit

Event Date: Wednesday – Friday, September 14 – 16, 2016
Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton Dulles North
44610 Waxpool Road
Dulles, VA 20147

T5 Data Center’s Pete Marin, President, Chief Executive Officer and Mike Casey, President, T5 Facilities Management are speakers at The Fourth Annual Washington, D.C. & Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit.


Outsourced Data Centers: One Overall Concern

When a company evaluates a third party corporate data center for colocation or disaster recovery, the price of services is usually a concern. However, it is not the main concern. . .while one corporate data center operator may provide them with a lower price for monthly service, will that operator be the most highly available data center operator for that company’s applications?


T5 Data Centers’ DCIM Service Commitment

Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is just part of T5’s commitment to providing outstanding customer service. We committed significant time talking to customers, prospects, and vendors to identify those features that matter most in a DCIM solution.