Yes, Sustainability and Profitability Can Go Hand-in-Hand in the Cloud

Maintaining sustainable practices have become a top-of-mind topic among consumers, employees, stockholders, and businesses who want to buy from work for, partner with, or invest in organizations that are actively committed to operating in a sustainable fashion. For example: According to Gartner’s 2022 CEO Survey, for the first time in the history of this survey,…

How Wireless Monitoring Helps MTDC Providers Realize Energy Savings

MTDCs are a critical part of today’s highly distributed architectures, and the ability to effectively control the high costs of operating them is critical for providers. Here’s why: Data center cooling systems account for nearly 37%1 of the overall power consumption, and it’s the fastest rising data center operation expense. And with providers tackling ever-larger…

Digitization, Automation, and the Future of Industrial Real Estate

Increased demand for industrial real estate—driven in part by pandemic-induced changes in how products are produced, purchased, and delivered—shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, Prologis, the real estate logistics firm, recently announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire Duke Realty, the leading U.S. industrial Real Estate Investment Trust…

How Changing Cloud Consumption Models Impact Infrastructure Decisions

The ubiquity of the cloud has fundamentally changed the way enterprises consume computing resources. However, cloud consumption models are themselves evolving to incorporate an increasingly disparate blend of private, public, hybrid, colocation, and edge environments. Today, 92% of enterprises already have a multi-cloud strategy, yet infrastructure challenges remain. Despite the major advantages of embracing a…

Why Hybrid Working Requires a New Approach to Office Layout, AV Solutions, and Network Infrastructure

How and where employees are working has changed. As a result, what tenants want from their office space has changed as well. Prior to the pandemic, many businesses relied on occupancy planners to calculate how much space they’d need. Maximizing density, which is the number of people that can fit in a given area based…

How Smart Solutions Address Changing Employee Expectations for the Office

Since the beginning of the Great Resignation in early 2021, unprecedented numbers of employees have been leaving their jobsfor reasons such aswage stagnation amid rising the cost of living, long-lasting job dissatisfaction, safety concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the desire to work for companies with better remote-working policies. Organizations recognize that the war for talent is real, and…