Data Centers Could Run Out Of Space, Power By 2014
Skyrocketing amounts of data create such constant demands that mostÂ executives feel some of their organizationsâ€™Â data centers will run out of power, cooling, or space by the end of 2014, according to a study by Siemens, UBM Tech and Information Week Marketing Services. However, because of budget issues, most respondents will not invest in new data centers, but are planning on upgrading existing facilities.
The growing concerns about space constraints, power usage, cooling loads and physical security have led to aÂ notable trend â€“ the emerging nexus between facilities management and information technology management, two areas that were typically treated as distinct silos within an organization.
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