What is DCIM?

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What is DCIM

There are many data centers dotting the landscape. They have been popping up all over the place – and that will continue. Worldwide, the market for data center construction was at $14.59 billion in 2014 – when it was forecast to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3% to $22.73 billion by… Read more »

What is Data Infrastructure? Why Is it Important?

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What Is Data Infrastructure

Where is your information? Would you describe it as being in your infrastructure or your data infrastructure? Let’s look at what data infrastructure is, why it is important, and the specific characteristic of reliability availability serviceability (RAS). Then we will close by reviewing some common issues and advice.   When you use the Internet, whether… Read more »

Calling All WordPress Haters

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WordPress Haters

You know you need a website, and everything you hear is about how great WordPress is – how simply and seamlessly you can create a site using the platform. It’s clear from the number of sites using it – 18.3 million at last count – that it is an immensely popular brand. But the statistic… Read more »

How to Choose a Server Provider

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How to Choose a Server Provider

Meredith is the owner of a niche site that sells clothing and accessories to charter boat captains and other mariners. She sells dozens of products – from shirts, pants, and jackets to jewelry, knives, bags and belts. Sales are strong and continuing to grow. Customer service is fast, personal, and conscientious. Marketing has been fine-tuned… Read more »

How to Choose a Managed Services Provider

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How to Choose a Managed Services Provider

What is an MSP?   In the interest of information security and staying focused on core competencies, many companies choose to work with managed services providers (MSPs). An MSP is an organization that manages the computing needs of customers. Services are performed at a distance and often funded by a subscription, a fee charged each… Read more »