We recently attended Data Centre World Hong Kong with our partner QDS. The event was a great opportunity to get a sense of upcoming market trends and to speak to customers in the region.
Note: This is the second of a two part series. If you have not yet read part one, please click here. As the last entry detailed, the QuantumShift program recognizes the “Top Entrepreneurs in America” each year. RF Code CEO Ed Healy received this distinction as part of the 2017 selection process and joined 37 founders, owners and CEOs of other private, high growth U.S.-based companies to boost their development through an intensive, five-day learning, networking and collaboration program. Ed shared some of his key learnings from the 2017 QuantumShift program in our last blog post, which covered important topics including the achievements of RF Code that factored into his selection, a broad view of the significant lessons Ed learned, and a description of the overall experience. Ed continues to shares his insights gained from the seminar below and how they can benefit RF Code in the future.
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Our own Ed Healy, CEO of RF Code, was recently recognized as a QuantumShift 2017 “Top Entrepreneur in America” by KPMG LLP’s Private Markets Group and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. QuantumShift assembles up to 40 founders, owners and CEOs of private, high growth U.S.-based companies to boost their development through an intensive, five-day learning, networking and collaboration program featuring sessions with faculty from the Ross School of Business and talented industry professionals. Through his work at RF Code, Ed was selected to be part of the QuantumShift 2017 class by demonstrating a strong track record for revenue growth and future growth potential. Having recently completed the 2017 seminar, we were interested in learning about the key points Ed brought back from the keynote speakers and insights gained from leaders of other high growth, private companies. Below is the first part of the interview.
It’s a new year. The end of the tax year beckons. Naturally the topic of new budgets is being discussed in organizations.
This series of blogs explores how to ensure the efficient, accurate deployment of new assets in the data center.
In this final piece of our blog series built around our new eBook, 5 Ways RTOI Increases Data Center Value & Return, we take a look at how Real-Time operations intelligence helps colocation providers ensure they meet their service level commitments.
Continuing our Real-Time Operational Intelligence series relating to our new eBook 5 Ways RTOI Increases Data Center Value & Return, the next area of focus is data center expansion.
Continuing our series of blogs on how RTOI (Real-Time Operational Intelligence) can increase data center value and return, we take a look at reducing costs and increasing the accuracy of audits.
Further expanding on our new eBook, 5 Ways RTOI Increases Data Center Value & Return, this next piece in the blog series takes a closer look at how real-time operational intelligence (RTOI) helps organizations ensure they get the most from their DCIM investments.. According to Gartner, DCIM tools will be deployed in over 60% of large data centers by 2017. However, any DCIM tool is only as good as the data and processes it is built upon.
After the mammoth meal is over and the Netflix binge is starting to lose its appeal, more than 103 million Americans turn to the internet for some serious Black Friday shopping. Our especially festive animated holiday infographic takes a look at the massive workload that data centers will shoulder in the upcoming holiday season ... and the potential for financial disaster should they fail to meet demand.