HIPAA and related data protection or privacy regulations don’t apply to just health care providers. They also apply to anyone involved with the transfer, storage, retrieval and review of relevant information. This is a natural result of the industry’s migration to more-connected technologies and systems.
As 2018 comes to a close and people start assessing their situations, some people who are data center professionals might consider getting new qualifications or otherwise preparing to fill some of the data center jobs that'll likely be among the most important in 2019. Here are five of them.
Use this checklist to help protect your investment, mitigate potential risk and minimize downtime during your data center migration.
The need for data centers is rising, but providers must capitalize on the demand and learn how to stand out from competitors. Here are five ways they can do that.
Optimizing a data center makes the facility increasingly attractive to clients, more agile when meeting needs, and less prone to downtime, among other benefits.
One of the advantages of retailers and other businesses partnering with reliable data centers is that those facilities are typically well-equipped to handle the spikes in traffic that occur on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two days that have become among the biggest shopping days of the year — especially in the United States.
We're in the season of ghosts and ghouls, but there are things more frightening than those Halloween-related frights: cyberattacks. They're getting worse, and some industries get targeted more often than others.
Real-time retail involves monitoring needs as they change and adapting as necessary no matter which channels customers use for shopping. Not surprisingly, data is a tremendously important part of real-time retail since brands often use platforms that collect and analyze trends, then use the generated information to help drive decision-making.
Many college campuses offer transportation networks, on-campus law enforcement and various places to dine or enjoy leisure time in addition to all the academic buildings.
People around the world are eagerly getting ready for the widespread adoption of 5G networks and wondering how they'll change experiences related to browsing the internet, consuming streaming media and otherwise interacting with online content. But, besides looking at the end-user experience, it's necessary to consider how the arrival of 5G will influence data centers.