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News & Ideas for the Data-Driven Data Center

Crash. Bang. Lost Revenue. What does Delta’s IT outage teach us?

on Thu, Aug 25, 2016 By | RF Code | 0 Comments | technology disaster avoidance downtime
A couple of weeks back Delta Air Lines cancelled thousands of flights.
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Where Passive RFID Asset Tracking Fails, Active RFID Succeeds

on Fri, May 13, 2016 By | Tom Larson | 1 Comment | technology active rfid asset management asset tracking
Passive RFID for asset tracking has been attempted by many, but with fairly poor results.  With the exception of tracking media, and possibly hard drives being stored for disposal or redeployment, passive usually fails to achieve the main objectives of automating your IT asset tracking process.  To be clear, passive RFID solutions can be better than manual or barcode solutions, but it tends to fall short in these four key areas: 
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Your Workplace, Your Space: IoT Connected Buildings Are Here

on Wed, Sep 23, 2015 By | RF Code | 0 Comments | big data technology IoT
The Internet of Things is transforming the buildings we work in by improving the safety, security, comfort and productivity of the workplace. Places of work are becoming increasingly personalized, efficient and measurable. Just eighteen months ago Deloitte’s corporate headquarters made news for being one of the most efficient buildings in the world. It had a BREEAM score of 98.36%, in part helped by the 40,000 sensors that monitor everything from air conditioning to on-site energy generation.
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Wearable Technology's Big Data Could Wear Out Your Data Center

The first generation of Google Wear technology was released last week, bringing with it a new era of interaction, connectedness and in the long run, potential strain on the world’s data centers.
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