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The latest technologies for DCIM and other building systems management promise better integration between systems performance monitoring and facilities operations. With these tools, IT admins can gain a better view of data center functions, but the market still needs time to mature -- as does IT's ability to effectively cooperate with facilities management teams.
This handbook weighs the cost, integration and staffing implications of implementing a DCIM system in the data center. It also provides details on selecting the right features and making the most of new data center monitoring capabilities. Access >>>
Table of contents
- DCIM acceptance grows slowly
- How to automate data center environmental monitoring with RFID tags
- DCIM's advantages for flexible data center planning
- Improve data center planning with new DCIM features
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