Issue OverviewIT in Europe - September 2012
This month's issue of IT in Europe focuses on two of today's key aspects of data center management: energy efficiency and storage networking. Read now to learn why PUE can be an inefficient measurement factor. We also explore the changing relationship between front-end and backend networks which is leading some organizations to hybrid data centre fabrics, often with Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) as a key component. Read why experts believe Fibre Channel will continue to remain the network of choice in today's data centers. Access >>>
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Using fibre channel for storage networking
by Bryan Betts
Find out why Fibre Channel is still the network of choice in data centres.
BYOD: Can enterprise mitigate the risks?
by Warwick Ashford
What can businesses do to mitigate the risks of employees using their own devices as the trend for IT consumerisation gathers momentum?
- Using fibre channel for storage networking by Bryan Betts
Data centre cases where PUE or power usage effectiveness doesn't work
by Clive Longbottom
IT pros use power usage effectiveness or PUE to determine their data centre's energy efficiency. But it doesn’t always give accurate energy usage details in all data centre cases.
BI, advanced analytics offer edge for wind turbine, blinds makers
by Stephen Pritchard, Contributor
Two European manufacturers explain how using advanced analytics give their businesses an edge: Danish wind turbine company Vestas and Nottinghamshire-based Hillarys Blinds.
- Data centre cases where PUE or power usage effectiveness doesn't work by Clive Longbottom
Olympic Games 2012: Preparing for a mobile data deluge
by Jennifer Scott
How mobile operators and the Olympic Delivery Authority prepared for the huge demand for mobile traffic expected during London 2012
- Olympic Games 2012: Preparing for a mobile data deluge by Jennifer Scott
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