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Top challenges of edge computing deployment

Edge computing is a new way for data center admins to process data closer to the source, but it comes with challenges around security and staffing that organizations must address head-on.

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How edge helps support augmented reality in the enterprise

Augmented reality benefits greatly from reduced latency, which makes edge computing a perfect partner in the data center.

Use DCIM software to track power usage

If you want a more in-depth picture of your data center's power consumption, explore DCIM options that provide server workload metrics and overall power system data.

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Get ZFS for your Linux file management needs

ZFS on Linux lets admins error correct in real time and use solid-state disks for data caching. With the command-line interface, they can install it for these benefits.

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