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Protecting IT in small businesses and branch offices
Westcon Imagine 2014 - IT equipment deployed in small businesses or branch offices is often installed in areas that are less than conducive to proper performance.
Make it energy efficient says Schneider Electric
IT energy consumption is predicted to surpass that of the airline industry by 2020. Schneider Electric’s Simon Smith looks at one option to rein in equipment and infrastructure consumption.
Physical security as a competitive advantage
When devising a security strategy for data centres, it’s important to remember that data centres are also buildings, or compartments within buildings. As with any structure used for business,
Schneider Electric: Cutting through the DCIM noise
The confusion on DCIM solutions can be compared to the analogy between the dashboard of 1967 VW Beetle and Toyota Prius.
More on me: Simon Smith, APC by Schneider Electric
An enduring interest in technology coincided with the rise of personal computing for the masses and that, in a nutshell, is how Simon Smith, Regional Manager, NZ and South Pacific at APC by Schneider Electric, came to be where he is today
Channel opportunities evolve with IT ecosystems
Paul Tyrer, Schneider Electric – IT vice president, Pacific, talks application dependent data centre architecture.
A holistic approach to data centre virtualisation
For the data centre industry, virtualisation lowers facility costs, simplifies administration, decreases asset management requirements and largely, improves energy efficiency.
Industry turns out in force for Westcon's Unified Comms event...
Ten vendors, one very clear message for unified communications enablement at Westcon's Switched On event in Auckland last week.
Sales opportunities ‘hiding’ at the edge of the network
In New Zealand there are thousands of small IT spaces such as remote and branch offices, network closets and server rooms that lie outside of the data
Schneider Electric's data centre solution stands tall for 800,000 members
For an organisation with over 800,000 members, speed and resilience of IT systems is paramount.
Schneider Electric selects Microsoft Windows Azure as preferred cloud platform
Schneider Electric announces selection of Microsoft Windows Azure as a preferred cloud provider for the company’s StruxureWare software applications and suites.
Schneider Electric bags global IDC award
Global energy management specialists named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Datacenter Infrastructure Management (DCIM) 2013 Vendor Analysis for the second consecutive year.