Jennifer Royle | May 29, 2014
Lindsay Salisbury – Senior Cloud Engineer at IO discusses the disruptive technology that is transforming the real estate data center of old to a mobile data center that allows enterprises to put the cloud computing power where they need it rather than where they have land!
Jennifer Royle | May 21, 2014
From an infrastructure perspective there are broadly four models by which a CIO can meet the enterprise’s IT needs: 1. With an on-premises, custom-built legacy data center 2. With an on-premises, modular data center 3. With owned IT infrastructure colocated at a provider’s data center 4. Through Cloud IT infrastructure located with and managed by […]
Jennifer Royle | November 1, 2013
Our digital world is characterized by relentless data growth and technology innovation, and increasingly advanced persistent threats. In this environment, security of the data center – as the foundation of the IT enterprise – is absolutely critical. And it demands a new strategy to overcome the vulnerabilities associated with Data Center 1.0. In this final […]
Jennifer Royle | September 13, 2013
What is it about Data Center 2.0 that enables IT to become the heroes of the enterprise? It’s in the way that the data center is built and in the way that it is run.
Jennifer Royle | September 11, 2013
For CFOs looking to reduce the cost of data center facilities and operations, there are four reasons why a factory built, modular, software-defined data center is more cost effective than a traditional data center.
Jennifer Royle | September 9, 2013
By 2020, CIOs will be asked to manage 21 times the amount of data that exists today, with somewhere around 1.2 times the budget. For the CIO, this environment poses a real challenge. The only solution is to do more with less. And that requires agility and efficiency that only Data Center 2.0 can provide.