Denial of Service attacks are a type of cybercrime that occurs when a criminal prevents legitimate users from accessing information or services, with disruptions that could include total or partial outages of an IT data center. Here’s an update on the effects of cybercrime on data centers, based on the latest study from Ponemon and Vertiv.
Individual users are more connected than ever before and they carry their smart devices everywhere – even to work. The rise in smart connected devices has also led to users who understand and know how to leverage these devices to streamline their activities. This combination of connectivity and skill can increase the risk of malicious intrusion at the desktop
For most IT execs and managers, job performance is measured on the efficiency of data center operations. Unfortunately, the complexity of modern data centers sure doesn’t make it easy to be efficient. The endless business demands for services mean IT is constantly adding, changing, updating and decommissioning a multitude of hardware and software assets.
Convert DC voltage to the load needed to power your telecommunications equipment using compact and cost-effective converters. Provide system redundancy and easy expansion with modular converters. Meet safety compliance with these systems’ NEBS certification and UL recognition.
Meet power requirements for reliable operations with industrial rectifiers and battery chargers. These space-saving solutions can be customized to comply with your technical specifications and project documentation requirements.
Protect access to your secure and non-secure networks with reliable switching system customized to your own requirements. Keep your private data completely separate and secure at all times. Prevent unintended data transfer between connected computers especially for maximum security installations.
When a power cut strikes at home, while it can be inconvenient, it is rarely the end of the world. But in a retail environment, an IT or power outage could spell disaster, leaving shops unable to fulfill their sole purpose – to trade.