Enterprise Data Center: What's in Store for 2013?

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Just as last year brought many changes to the enterprise data center market, 2013 will see likely see some exciting trends as well. During 2012, traditional issues like power and cooling efficiency topped many news articles. These issues will still be important in the coming year, but the emphasis will be on performance. Learn more about an Enterprise Data Center by visiting http://www.cyrusone.com.

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Enterprise Data Center: What's in Store for 2013?

  1. 1. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013?
  2. 2. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013? • Just as last year brought many changes to the enterprise data center market, 2013 will likely see some exciting trends as well. • During 2012, traditional issues like power and cooling efficiency topped many news articles. • These issues will still be important in the coming year, but the emphasis will be on performance. • In 2013, the issues likely to get the most press will be the following:
  3. 3. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013? Bring Your Own Device, also known as “BYOD”•As more and more end users want to use their own mobile devices, IT managers will bechallenged to incorporate them into the work environment.•According to industry analyst Gartner, 70% of respondents to a December 2012 surveysaid their enterprise data centers plan to have BYOD policies in place within the next year.•The big push during 2013 will be for enterprise data centers to develop sound securitypolicies to protect corporate data while allowing authorized access to users who have theirown mobile devices.
  4. 4. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013? New Server and Storage Technologies •Enterprise data centers will incorporate new server and storage technologies that will significantly improve performance of the IT infrastructure. •Examples include flash-based storage such as PCIe cards and system-on-chip (SOC) technology that enable servers to consume minimal power.
  5. 5. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013? The Ongoing Demand for Bandwidth •Not only are greater numbers of enterprise data centers needed, but the bandwidth requirements within each facility are growing rapidly. •Bandwidth investments are expected to be significant in 2013. •Feeding this bandwidth growth are increased demand for cloud services, big data, disaster recovery and more.
  6. 6. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013?
  7. 7. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013?
  8. 8. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013? Enterprise Data Centers Providing Cloud Services •The cloud has really taken hold in most corporate IT department plans. •Therefore, companies will expect their data center partners to provide cloud services, especially for disaster recovery.
  9. 9. ENTERPRISE DATA CENTERWHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2013? • CyrusOne currently provides more than 1,000,000 square feet of colocated floor space in top tier data centers across the nation. • The company operates colocation facilities in various centers of business including Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Cincinnati, Phoenix, Chicago, London and Singapore. • CyrusOne serves enterprise clients in many industries, including energy, oil and gas, medical, technology, finance and consumer goods and services.
  10. 10. ABOUT THE AUTHORNicole Aguillard is the marketing director for CyrusOne, a globalenterprise colocation provider operating 23 highly secure data centersacross the United States, London and Singapore. Learn more about an Enterprise Data Center by visiting http://www.cyrusone.com.

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