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1. Faxing, emailing and calling everyday tech tips that help
June 11, 2017

Tolerating that we should have the capacity to send and get faxes, how best to go about it? The conventional approach is to have a fax machine joined to a devoted landline. Send a fax by putting physical bits of paper into the fax machine's paper plate, punch the goal fax number, and hold up 30 seconds for each page or so before recovering an affirmation of receipt. What shocks us is the manner by which habitually we see other human services experts as yet utilizing this technique - we know this is what they're doing on the grounds that the fax comes to us topsy turvy (which is an entire... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

2. Dos Of Data Centre Transfer
May 17, 2017

At the point when an organization executes new programming (for instance CRM, ERP or bookkeeping programming), the way to a smooth usage is the fruitful movement of information from your old framework to your new one. Issues amid the information movement stage can bring about postponements and disappointment, and in the most pessimistic scenarios, could even make the execution bomb inside and out. Hence, we thought we'd furnish you with the do's and don'ts of information movement to help make your venture a win. DO: Choose right off the bat which information you need to relocate ... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

3. Data centre installations explanations
May 04, 2017

Customarily, ETL forms keep running on an occasional premise (week after week, every day), and mass exchange source information to an objective information source (the information distribution center). Nonetheless, in today's quick moving world, where quickness of data is no longer decent to-have yet is ending up plainly totally basic for business aggressiveness and survival, chronicled information is no sufficiently longer. Moreover, with the exponential development of crude information volumes over the previous years (some gauge multiplying like clockwork all things considered), the already ... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

4. New database Thoughts for 2017
April 18, 2017

In spite of all the enthusiasm for a developing number of database stages, most applications keep on running on social databases. Truth be told, as SQL keeps on developing, it's getting to be plainly conceivable to stretch out SQL to bolster innovation, for example, JavaScript Question Documentation (JSON) that is at the center of most archive databases. Talking this week at a M|17 meeting for clients of the open source MariaDB database, Roger Bodamer, boss item officer for MariaDB Corp., uncovered that a 10.3 arrival of MariaDB that is in the early phases of advancement will bolster JSO... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

5. Data technology available is easy
April 13, 2017

As a result of our ages, my sibling and I are quite "familiar" in innovation. Generally, we have negligible issues exploring through society's different thingamabobs and contraptions. I as a rule have more than one innovation thing running without a moment's delay with schoolwork, and I really think that its difficult to find a part of my life where innovation isn't vigorously present. My folks are more seasoned, however. They grew up at once where there were no PCs or PDAs. While my mom, stepfather, and stepmother have begun to grasp the different ways that innovation makes your life to... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

6. Data Migration Methods
November 04, 2016

For corporate data centres, a successful migration is critical to the success of an office move. There is a number of considerations that must be made to ensure that everything runs smoothly and causes minimum downtime. These migration methods will ensure that your corporate data centre is relocated efficiently and without error. Data migration plans include virtual migrations, pick-up and ships, complete shut downs and restoration and finally application fail-over. Virtual migrations are exactly how they sound. This is also the least disruptive method and causes minimal downtime. Th... (read more)

Author: Daniel Brooks

7. Cloud telephony
August 04, 2016

There has been some worries about the security of cloud computing itself in the past few years, but it seems that cloud storage has offered one of the most revolutionary new ways to maximise security of data and payment processes. Data security is essential in today's world, and customers and clients are becoming increasingly concerned with where their details are being stored and whether they can trust the person on the end of the phone to deal with their data in the most responsible manner. But a recent shift in call centre technology means that customers can rest easy knowing that... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

8. Angelina Jolie to Teach at London School of Economics
May 23, 2016

LONDON— Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is to join the London School of Economics (LSE) as a visiting professor on a new masters course on women, peace and security, the school announced on Monday. The LSE said the course, which starts next year, is the first of its kind globally and will be run by the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security which was launched last year by Jolie and Britain's former foreign secretary, William Hague. "It is vital that we broaden the discussion on how to advance women's rights and end impunity for crimes that disproportionately affect wom... (read more)

9. Autonomous Cars May Lead to New Sex Habits
May 03, 2016

New technologies are meant to make our lives easier, but they can often bring unintended consequences, such as identity theft and the loss of our private data. And then there's this: Automotive expert Barrie Kirk, from the Canadian Automated Vehicle Centre of Excellence, said the use of autonomous cars may result in more sex while driving. Kirk said that when cars become so smart that even the passive attention of the driver will not be required, at least during long stretches of highway driving, more people may feel the urge to lose themselves in a passionate way. Of course, t... (read more)

10. The basics of a data centre
February 08, 2016

All businesses work with large amounts of data on a daily basis, whether it is their own or their clients’. Software packages, from accounting to CRM, are also essential to the day to day running of businesses and access to the data stored within these needs to be instant, reliable and secure. As the information age continues, it is more and more important for businesses to ensure that the access to their data is seamless and uninterrupted. Many businesses don’t have the infrastructure in place to ensure that this is possible, so they store their data off-site. This is where data centres ... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

11. Looking for the ideal data centre
February 08, 2016

So you’re looking to move your servers off site. Perhaps they’re humming away in the corner of your office, gradually heating the room to a sauna like temperature. Perhaps you’ve looked at the cost of power into your server room, and are wondering just how resilient it is for how much you’re paying. Or perhaps you simply can’t get the connectivity you need, with latency affecting your performance. Whatever the reasoning, there’s four very very key deliverables to look out for when moving data servers out of your building; Power, Cooling, Network and Data Centre Security. Because s... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

12. Choosing a Data Center Location - key tips
February 08, 2016

IT Data Centers are a huge investment and most midsize companies need to setup their own data centers to run their business operations. Building new data centers is a time consuming effort needing millions of dollars and months of planning. Companies cannot afford to make a wrong decision when designing and setting up a new data centre - this HAS to be done in a wholly calculated manner and in a manner to which it will be able to help with the running of an organisation. Most of the businesses run their operations based on information technology processes and data centers form the heart o... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

13. Data centre's in more detail
February 08, 2016

A data centre is a dedicated room or building specifically for IT infrastructure (network computers systems). Normally the computer systems are on 24x7 and connected to the Internet. As an example Google has many data centres all around the world hosting it's search engine, your ISP will have space in a data centre as will your bank etc. The data centre will have a number of systems in place to support the computer systems. In terms of their overall set up, they typically consist of air conditioning units which control both the temperature and the humidity, as well as security sy... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

14. Key factors in choosing a new data centre set up
February 08, 2016

For most companies, licensing space from a data center colocation service provider is almost always a better business and technical decision than maintaining private facilities. The exploding demands placed on IT infrastructure as well as the high operating cost make it difficult for in-house data centers to keep pace. Location Just like when you buy a house or set up a business, location is paramount when selecting a data center colocation facility. Amenities Data center colocation providers often differentiate themselves by offering value-added services. In addition to th... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

15. Data center deployments
February 08, 2016

When a company realizes that it has amassed so much data that it needs a dedicated data center, there are several steps it can take to ensure a smooth and efficient set-up process. From the initial decision to set up the data center until the first file upload and beyond, the corporate legal department is a critical player. Evaluate the need. The decision to build a data center typically arises out of growing demand for technological resources. Determining a company’s technology needs—and how those needs will change in the coming years—will inform many of the logistical decisions tha... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

16. Ideal locations for a data centre
February 08, 2016

When the time comes for your business to build a server environment, it is essential that the people responsible for the Data Center's design have an opportunity to provide input into where it is constructed. Traditionally, upper management decides what property to purchase, based upon a variety of a company's wants, needs, and business drivers. Other purchase considerations might include a parcel's price tag, its proximity to a talented labor pool, advantageous tax rates, or the desire to have a corporate presence in a particular geographic area. Whatever the drivers are, a property's suitabi... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

17. Tips in choosing a data centre set up
February 08, 2016

Selecting a data center or colocation provider is a big decision for your business. After all, you'll be housing your mission-critical infrastructure within someone else's facility. Before you make a selection there are a number of criteria you should take into account. This list isn't intended to be the definitive list of questions for every business, but it's a good starting point. You can use these criteria as the basis for your search or your data center RFP. 1. LOCATION Location is one of the most important factors involved when selecting a data center for several reasons. The f... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

18. The role of a data centre
December 08, 2015

Data Centres are at the core of Corporate and Internet businesses and are the foundation blocks of the world economy. Data Centres range in size from small rooms in SME businesses supporting their own operations to purpose built campuses of hangar size buildings with multiple halls supporting the world wide web and global corporations. The IT facilities themselves are secure, robust and reliable providing a stable environment for the equipment and to minimise downtime. Regardless of whom owns the information shared, whether it is government, industry or the general public, there are comm... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

19. Setting up a good data centre
December 08, 2015

Within the data center, a variety of systems support, protect and manage both current and future equipment, the data transmitted, and the thousands of connections between servers and switches and the outlying areas of the network. These systems include storage, power distribution, cooling, cabling infrastructure, security and fire protection – and any design decision for one is likely to impact the others. All of these systems are interrelated and must be part of a unified structured cabling system. As the foundation of the data center, the structured cabling system should be designed wi... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

20. Data centre automation processes
December 08, 2015

The traditional IT department model of the past 30-odd years has been silos. Systems manage the server infrastructure and try their level best not to talk to storage. Storage manage everything storage and often try to classify anything with more than 1GB of internal storage as part of their domain. Networking administrators are seen as little more than semi-intelligent cable monkeys. More often than not the job is done these days by a pimply-faced youth who has yet to realise that systems is a better place to be. Whole data centre orchestration is about maximising operational predictabili... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

21. Current day data centre strategies
December 08, 2015

The emergence of cloud computing, along with the advancement of technologies such as virtualisation and converged infrastructures, has led to a range of data centre optimisation and modernisation strategies. Organisations can choose between three main data centre strategies: in-house, co-location, or cloud. Many organisations follow a range of data centre strategies. Dimension Data’s global expansion and acquisitions have resulted in numerous servers within its own global environment, which are distributed across multiple countries. Some of these reside within in-house data centres, while... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

22. How to look at data centre energy efficiency
December 08, 2015

Some organisations lack any form of data centre strategy. Others have an evolving set of practices built on past experience. Few have a specifically designed strategy that aligns with wider organisational objectives, consisting of a vision, a set of objectives or targets to achieve that vision, and a clear methodology. It’s natural to expect a set of credible, quantitative metrics at the heart of data centre strategy management, yet this continues to be a contentious issue rather than being the backbone of sound strategy development – particularly in data centre energy efficiency. The mos... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

23. How data centres use energy - in detail
December 08, 2015

Energy is viewed as a resource that should never be compromised at the risk of disrupting the delivery of critical business services. The energy industry, however, is experiencing transformation of its own. New ways of achieving energy efficiency through hardware, software, and behavioural change are emerging. In addition, the introduction of renewable energy systems at the national and distributed on-site scale represent opportunities for data centre transformation. To understand the implications of these trends in the context of informing data centre strategies, organisations should first re... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

24. The value of the of the big data centre
December 08, 2015

In recent years, the value of data as a primary research output has begun to be increasingly recognised. New technology has made it possible to create, store and reuse datasets, either for new analysis or for combination with other data in order to answer different questions. In the UK, academic researchers, funders and institutions have responded to these possibilities by supporting a number of data centres – organisations with responsibility for supplying research data to the academic community, and in some cases for collecting, storing and curating such data as well. Although researche... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

25. DCIM databases
December 07, 2015

Like any other tool, the value realized from your DCIM product is directly related to the discipline with which it is used by the entire data center staff. Most critical is the initial population and ongoing maintenance of the DCIM database. Some DCIM vendors provide tools that will automate much of the initial discovery and data capture of your assets/infrastructure – physical and virtual systems, cabling and power chain. These tools can import data from your existing spreadsheets and other sources, first validating, matching and synchronizing with the discovered data. An Introduction to Data... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

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