Whether you're building additional data center space or working with what you've got, a set of data center standards can help minimize problems before they arise.
Auditing your data center
SearchDataCenter.com | 30 Nov 2005
OPINION - This column originally appeared on TechTarget's Expert Answer Center as a post in Robert McFarlane's blog.
- TIA-942: Cookie cutter or cost cutter?
SearchWinSystems.com | 30 Aug 2005
ARTICLE - The Telecommunications Industry Association recently published a standard that attempts to address almost every design consideration in the data center.
- Expert: Beware of being lax with data center security
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 12 April 2005
INTERVIEW - The biggest change in security is an increased focus on designing a data center that is physically secure -- and firms have opened up their pocketbooks to get the job done.
- Don't touch that!
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 30 March 2005
ARTICLE - Your contractor put down the copper, set up your network devices and got the system running. Want to put in a patch cable? Check your warranty first.
- Funding your data center
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 8 Dec 2005
EXPERT ANSWER - One of our readers is having trouble convincing the big wigs that the data center needs a serious make over. See what advice expert Charles King came up with.
- Preventing data center power failures
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 9 March 2005
TIP - When a power failure happens in your data center, do you point the finger at the facilities department or at yourself? An expert offers tips on how to protect your data center.