Telecommunications Takes Healthcare Outside the Box

A baby was born blue with no breath at a rural hospital in Oregon. Suddenly, a neonatal specialist joined the room to help the E.R. team save the baby’s life. Within minutes of working together, they were able to revive the baby and get her breathing normally on her own. Today she is 14 pounds, alive and well. Her mother credits the doctors for saving her life. The doctors credit telecommunications.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016/Author: Julie Foster - MarCom/Number of views (3328)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

Top 10 Reasons for Data Center Colocation

Today’s IT managers are no longer responsible for the day-to-day technical operations of an organization. At least, they shouldn’t be. IT managers should be strategic thinkers who guide the organization’s technological vision rather than spend time on tasks that can easily be handled by their staff. Engaging a data center colocation partner can be one of the best ways to facilitate freeing your IT resources.

Thanks to technological advancements, organizations can outsource their IT infrastructure to a managed services provider. With colocation, businesses rent different facets of a data center instead of buying them. IT managers can rent and outsource everything from servers, storage, and networking equipment to ancillary data center features, such as space, heating and cooling, and physical security.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2016/Author: Julie Foster - MarCom/Number of views (7356)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

Your GPS for Orders

The Benefits of Working with a Project Manager for Unified Communications

By now, most of us have used some form of GPS navigation. I have relied on GPS with varying degrees of success.  Sometimes I have been led in circles, in the wrong direction, through the most tangled routes available and directly into traffic jams. Other times, I’ve been led directly to my destination via the fastest, most efficient route possible. What does this GPS talk have to do with processing orders? Just as you rely on your GPS to get you to your desired destination, you can rely on a Project Manager (PM) to process your orders correctly and keep your project moving in the right direction.

See how you can benefit from working with a project manager to assist you through the post-sale process...

Thursday, August 20, 2015/Author: Julie Foster - MarCom/Number of views (8387)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

Is your data center healthy?

When it comes to your data center there is no such thing as a “small change.” Current data center infrastructure is more interrelated and interdependent than ever before. Making one minor change in one place can change everything. As server, network, storage, and hypervisor operating systems become increasingly dependent on each other; tremendous efficiencies are gained, but also present a new challenge. To keep everything working together at peak efficiency, all components must be continuously in compliance with each other and must follow best practices. In addition, new security patches (or even new features) require keeping all of these systems up-to-date with firmware and patches. But how can you keep everything up to date and healthy when some changes are easy, some are difficult, and just finding the best practices and compatibility matrices takes more time than you have to spare?

The answer to this question is...

 

Thursday, February 19, 2015/Author: Julie Foster - MarCom/Number of views (13501)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Data Services

Living Small- Data Center Virtualization

The demands on IT operations for applications, processing, storage, and reporting never stop growing, and when growth is measured in square feet, that can be costly. Fortunately, increasing capability doesn’t necessarily require corresponding growth in data center size. In fact, it may be possible to shrink the facility even while capacity expands, reducing costs of power and cooling along with “real estate” requirements.

Friday, October 18, 2013/Author: Anonym/Number of views (7277)/Comments (0)/
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