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  • If you are looking for a lower price, you will always find someone eager to satisfy this requirement. They will work for the lowest amount of money they possibly can, but in the process will give you the least in terms of labor, material, attention to detail, quality and service value. Can you bl...
  • Tips on Avoiding Accidental Emergency Power Off Disconnects You spend thousands if not millions of dollars to design and build a data center to ensure continuous uptime, including implementing safety procedures and training programs for people working on site.  You purchase backup power co...
  • 10 Tips for Dealing with Data Center Contamination Data Center contamination can lead to overheating, corrosion damage, electrical and mechanical failure of disk and tape drives, power supplies and circuit boards. Data Center Contamination - 10 Steps for Dealing with them As electrical ...
  • Proper maintenance of cooling equipment will not only extend their life but also cut operating costs in the data center.  Remember cooling cost typically account for 40% of a data centers electrical expenses. Dirty or poorly maintained cooling equipment will not only decrease your cooling efficie...
  • Why I Like Raised Floors I’m not here to try and tell you that one way is better than the other, when the time came to build our new data centers, raised floors were the only option we seriously considered.  Why?  Raised floors have always been and continue to be the dominant choice in data ce...
  • Remote Data Center Site Evaluation Before you can assume responsibility for managing a remote data center, you first have to prepare yourself for the newly acquired data center.  Preparation involves getting to know the people and equipment in the new data center, and then fixing probl...
  • Data Center Safety Tips Even though a data center appears to be a quiet, safe, unassuming environment there is safety risks all about.  Electrical ircuits, acids, gases, flammable materials, and fuels are just some of the areas that represent potential safety hazards. Poor safety ca...
  • Every data center is different; size, structure, and complexity vary from site-to-site. The goal of facility management is to keep the site up and running, to avoid outages and maintain uptime. Where much of facility management’s energy is devoted to monitoring the system, it takes conside...
  • Improving Data Center Energy Efficiency Huge gains have been made over the past few years to improve energy efficiencies.  Implementing best practices such as preventing airflow bypass, installing blanking panels, sealing openings in the raised floor, and utilizing hot-cold aisle confi...
  • Disaster Recovery Planning The average cost of an unplanned data center outage is $7,900 per minute, a 41% increase since 2010.  The average outage lasted 86 minutes resulting in an average cost per incident of $690,000.  Ponemon Institute: 2013 Study on Data Center Outages With dat...

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