May 2, 2013

Happy Birthday to the Web: Celebrating 20 years of Freedom

On April 30, the World Wide Web celebrated its 20 birthday. Happy birthday to the World Wide Web; the project turned 20 this past April and to celebrate, inventor Tim Berners-Lee will restore the first web-server to remind the world […]
April 29, 2013

BSD OS: Advanced security for servers

There are plenty of options when it comes to choosing a Unix based OS for your dedicated server. There aren’t many server operating systems that are both free and offer an advanced level of security. If you’re on a budget, […]
April 24, 2013

Big Data and Colocation

Facebook is opening their own $1.5 billion data center, and Google is expecting to expand pretty much all of their data centers in Oregon. What does this mean for the future of data centers? The Internet is all data (durr)–and […]
April 4, 2013

4 Ways to Improve Server Room Airflow

Server rooms are notoriously known to generate excessive amounts of heat. Proper Airflow Management is key… Fact: server rooms can get pretty hot and overheating can lead to excessive downtime. Whether you manage your own server-rack or operate leased colocation […]
March 7, 2013

Bitcoin Online Currency Trading at All-Time High

 Bitcoin, the online currency, hits record highs on the trading floor. Inside investor relations and security risks. The infamous online currency known as Bitcoin is reportedly trading at an all time high. The currency, which was created by an anonymous […]
March 5, 2013

Apple Vs Samsung, back at it again

Apple and Samsung are fierce rivals in the smart-phone and tablet markets. Here they are, back at it again: Apple vs. Samsung, at it again. This time, the two smart-phone manufacturers are racing to develop patents that will inevitably improve […]
March 4, 2013

Heating and Cooling Innovation for Canadian Data Centers

Here’s a look at how heat from server aisles can be used to heat a residential building in Vancouver and how a Toronto based company meets LEED certifications Two data centers companies in Canada are making headlines today due to […]
February 25, 2013

A Basic Guide To Data Center Cooling

Server rooms run hot, that’s a given. Yet, so many people overlook the basics when it comes to proper server room cooling. Every piece of IT equipment housed in a data center generates a certain amount of heat. As computational […]
February 21, 2013

Data Center Energy Consumption: What Are Demand Response Programs

Rising utility costs and an ailing economy are influencing our industry to rely less on oil and more on renewable energy. Like most things in our economy, energy costs are going up. This is especially true for grid operators who […]
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