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Limited combustible cabling could thwart possible regulation nightmare
SearchDataCenter.com | 08 Aug 2005
ARTICLE - Limited combustible cabling (LCC) is less prone to fire and it might perform better in the heat. LCC could meet possible regulations requiring under-floor fire suppression.
Special report: Data Center Decisions 2005
SearchDataCenter.com | 09 Jun 2005
SPECIAL REPORT - Coverage of our Data Center Decisions Conference 2005 in New York. Get your news and presentation downloads here!
Bad location puts data center security at risk
SearchDataCenter.com | 06 Jun 2005
ARTICLE - Sometimes, it's good to be paranoid. An expert identifies the potential physical security weaknesses in your data center -- such as poor location.
Why 'waterless' fire protection in the data center
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 14 Jul 2005
TIP - Here are a number of points you may want to address before deciding which fire protection strategy is best for your data center.
The here and now of biometrics
Submitted By: TechTarget | 03 May 2005
TIP - Biometrics are increasingly being used to keep the data center safe. And now, the systems are also more affordable, and reliability rates have improved over just a few years ago.
Things to consider when planning a data center move to an older building
Expert: Carrie Higbie | 30 Mar 2005
EXPERT ANSWER - We're moving our data center to an older building in an urban area that is currently being renovated. I'm working with consultants on our cabling infrastructure, but I was wondering if you could provide me with some sort of ...