Magazine

July/August 2020

In this issue we take a look at the data centre of tomorrow, how to future-proof and accommodate that new normal, and how flexibility is critical to enable scalable changes due to unprecedented demands of data. Resilience is key, in both critical infrastructure and leadership.

We see that technology drivers such as Power over Ethernet (PoE), WiFi-6, convergence and Building Internet of Things (BIoT) are changing the design, implementation and management of data and power infrastructure. We ask, is your network future-ready?
Click on the links below to read more about these topics, plus many more.

THE FEATURES INCLUDE:

THE DATA CENTRE OF TOMORROW
Businesses have been forced to make some big decisions about how they approach their data.

HOW NETWORK VISIBILITY CAN PROTECT BUSINESSES IN THE NEW TOMORROW
Is network visibility the cornerstone of businesses cyber-strategy?

DISRUPTING THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT WITH CONVERGED NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
The full potential of the IP approach is only being realised in pockets – not across the built environment as a whole.

AI AND MACHINE LEARNING
Data centres need to differentiate themselves to survive.

GLOBAL REMOTE WORKING FORCES A MOVE FROM HARDWARE TO SOFTWARE
The global public health pandemic is putting the IT world under a serious stress test.

HOW DATA CENTRE OPERATORS CAN REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION
The role of cooling technologies in the transition towards green data centres.

FUTURE PROOF RESILIENCE FOR THE DATA CENTRE OF TOMORROW
Organisations of the future need to be resilient in both their critical infrastructure and their calibre of leadership.

THE KEY TO SMARTER MANAGED BUSINESS NETWORKS IS IN THE CLOUD
Successful business networks need to rely heavily upon smarter management in order to keep businesses operating, customers engaged and workers safe.

GETTING CABLING INTO BUILDINGS THE SMART WAY
Successful business networks need to rely heavily upon smarter management in order to keep businesses operating, customers engaged and workers safe.

REMOTE WORKING IN A TIME OF CRISIS
Organisations have been rapidly growing their remote-access networks and moving much of their operations into a virtual world.

TODAY’S DIGITAL FIRST CULTURE
Why we need networks that can adapt.

POWER DISTRIBUTION FOR THE DECADE OF DATA
How the supply chain is supporting operators to enhance efficiency, resilience and flexibility.

CREATING FUTURE-READY BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURES
Technology drivers such as Power over Ethernet (PoE), WiFi-6, convergence and Building Internet of Things (BIoT) are changing the design, implementation and management of data and power infrastructure. Is your network future-ready?

MOVERS AND SHAKERS
We take a quick look at some of the industry’s movers and shakers, including new appointments, promotions and personnel changes.

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