APC by Schneider Electric has released the latest generation of its NetBotz security and environmental monitoring products that integrate rack access control into existing architectures.
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The Federal Government’s carbon tax scheme continues to be a divisive issue for the IT industry, but analyst firms are warming to the newly released climate change plan.
Apple, AT& T, Microsoft, Google and others are givens for being among the top newsmakers of 2011. Others will no doubt surprise us as we go along.
Research firm, Ovum, says the demise of the shared service body is a warning for other governments.
It was widely reported last week that as part of a study, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) randomly dropped USB and optical drives in government and private contractor parking lots -- and more than half of those who picked one up readily plugged it into their work computer.
Dell opened a data center in Shanghai this week to host public and private clouds and to provide customers with off-premise application and storage services, the company said Wednesday.
There are still plenty of businesses that prefer to host data and applications internally rather than in the cloud but they are as silly as people that keep their money under a mattress instead of in a bank, according to Google|Google distributors.
Rittal has opened its new Canberra office and datacentre with a lavish Oktoberfest-themed launch event.
Services provider, Klikon Solutions, has placed a significant investment into its Kloud offering and gaining the ISO 27001 security management standard has played a vital role.
Infrastructure management solutions provider, Raritan, has launched its Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) product suite, dcTrack.
According to the vendor, businesses need to focus on containerisation and decentralisation to optimise whole systems and expanding data centres a little further.
Off the back of strong business growth, DPSA (Data Power Systems Australia), a distributor of datacentre solutions, has made four new appointments.
Siemens is focusing on the importance of productivity, according to its national solutions manager of data centres, David Henzell.
The ability of your <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/topics/data-center.html">data center</a> fabric to support millions of servers with low cost and power may not be due to advances from your major switch vendor, or to standards they may embrace.
Stakeholder engagement is vital in the design of a datacentre, according to University of Melbourne director of IT infrastructure, Peter Sack.
Datacenter Dynamics Asia-Pacific conference was recently held in Sydney featuring an impressive list of speakers and a strong display area ... here are highlights.
Datacentre inefficiency is a growing concern for all organisations, regulatory commissions and employees and employers worldwide, according to APC by Schneider Electric software application engineer, David Sweikert.
APC promotes Kirker as A/NZ Pacific sales director
UXC Group (ASX:UXC) has merged its infrastructure group, comprising Integ Group, XSI Data Solutions and the current UXC Connect, under the name of UXC Connect.
Datacentre space is a commodity, according to Tier 5 managing director, Marty Gauvin.
The world is seemingly always on, expectations always growing, and there are challenges around every corner. Enter the COVID-19 pandemic, and complexity, like the virus itself, grows exponentially.. Read more