The world’s auto manufacturers are charging full steam ahead, with investment in autonomous technology and manufacturing growing each year. These highly connected supercomputers require previously unimaginable amounts of data, network connectivity and IT orchestration. For data center and technology companies the opportunity is unprecedented, as are the challenges.
March's IT events are diving deep into topics like data center design, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, while the speaker lists feature some of IT’s preemptive thought leaders. Take a look at where we’re heading this month.
As you consider how to unburden your in-house team and encourage innovation, partnering with a fully-integrated data center provider can help you reduce inefficiencies, maximize investments in legacy applications and/or seamlessly migrate to the cloud. This blog highlights some of ways your data center provider should be able to support your overall IT strategy and in-house team.
A variety of organizations face challenges when balancing how to harness new technology with their current financial resources and manpower. Many IT leaders are engaged in conversations right now about which IT functions should stay in-house and which should be outsourced. So let’s take a look at how to build the right in-house vs. outsource balance to best fit your organization’s needs.
Chicago’s data needs have grown exponentially the last 10 years and finding a data center partner in the heart of downtown Chicago has been hard. Until now.
Choosing a data solutions partner for your business is an important decision. Whether you’re looking for a company to build a custom data center or provide colocation or cloud services for your company, it’s important that your partner meets your business’ specific needs.
In today’s healthcare industry, organizations are constantly faced with the challenge of meeting compliance standards while fulfilling complex security needs to protect patient data. QTS Healthcare Solutions is paving the way for the transformative approach that healthcare organizations need to be successful when it comes to achieving data security and meeting compliance standards.
Recent Gartner research projects that there will be 20.8 billion devices connected to the Internet of Things 2020. That’s more than triple the number connected today.
Disaster recovery is a crucial part of any business, and choosing a disaster recovery provider may be one of the most important IT decisions you will make for your business.