Digital business transformation is currently, and for the foreseeable future, the key factor to continued success in a rapidly evolving industry. Does your company have a strategic plan to make your IT organization smarter, faster and more flexible? If so, what strategic role will play asset management to successfully transform your organization? Let’s take a closer look why asset management isn’t an outdated topic at all.
To be successful in the competitive colocation market today, colocation providers must differentiate themselves with emerging connectivity services and develop a well-defined product and service portfolio. Though there are many different types of connectivity services that data centers can sell to their customers – all are derived from two basic forms of connection: intracolocation and intercolocation.
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The ability to provide customers with new digital services while managing the associated infrastructure customers require presents an opportunity to transform your airport into the hub of choice, even as pressure from competition intensifies. Providing superior service starts with gaining a clear and precise overview of your airport’s valuable IT infrastructure and cable network assets. Sean Graham, was recently featured in Aviation Pros to provide insight on industry-specific solutions for airports in today’s digital age. Click here to read the full article.
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We recently briefed Dennis Drogseth, Vice President of Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) on how our product FNT Command enables enterprises and service providers to manage all aspects of data centers.
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The third annual FNT User Group Conference is all about collaboration, lively discussions and networking. The conference is the ideal exchange platform for users and managers to gain new insights in company challenges and how they can be resolved. Furthermore, it is an opportunity to work directly with product managers and align standard software with market demands.
Each year the European Data Centre industry meet in London at the DCS Awards Dinner to recognise outstanding achievements and innovative technologies across facilities and IT categories. FNT were very proud to have won the important ICT Management Product of the Year award for their acclaimed FNT Command and FNT ServicePlanet products; recognised as a world leading solution for IT Services delivery. Already implemented in +50% DAX in Germany, FNT continues to grow its customer base in the UK and other regions.
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Over the past several years, 451 Research has tracked FNT Software as a DCIM supplier. Recently, analyst Andy Lawrence and his team at 451 Research published a report on how FNT meets the growing demand for tools to manage intra- and inter-data center networks.
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Digitization seems to be the flavor of the moment. While experts debate the virtues of bimodal IT, hyperscale data centers, and the emerging ubiquity of the Internet of Things, our guest poster considers digitization and its global impact from a totally different perspective: What needs to change as a company goes digital – its infrastructure or its people?
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Recently, we sat down with Norbert Puritscher, co-founder of bluEDGE – an innovative company offering state-of-the-art service management solutions. He assists clients in creating transparency in business process environments with a goal of establishing efficiency and productivity. He shared his unique perspective on enterprise organizations and how they can optimize their business through a service management.
As the world’s major cities become increasingly “smart”, they are driving the digital transformation. Rural areas need to follow suit or they risk being left behind. Although rendered difficult by the relative lack of resources, a “smart countryside” is nonetheless an achievable goal.
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