Preventing Outages by Monitoring, Managing, and Controlling the Data Center Environment
Read more in this eGuide to learn about the greatest risks to data centers and how to mitigate those risks.
Data centers are under greater threat than ever. While cybercrime and other network threats make up the fastest-growing sector of data center outages, internal threats that can be controlled – such as power/cooling issues, leaks, smoke and fire, accidental errors, etc. – continue to contribute significantly. The most common causes of information and communication technology (ICT) downtime are equipment failures, power outages, and human error.
This eGuide will examine some of the greatest risks to data centers, and ultimately the business, and how those risks can be mitigated.