Articles Tagged: LifeIsOn

Post Hurricane Harvey: Key Steps to Ensure Fast Recovery of Oil and Gas Operations

The record-breaking Texas floods spawned by Hurricane Harvey drove news headlines with many stories of dramatic suffering and bravery. The disaster also presented many complications for companies struggling to service… Read more »

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Assessing Whether You Really Have the Expertise to Successfully Migrate a Data Center

Conducting a data center migration requires having people on your IT staff with deep experience in such a project. By “deep” I mean folks who have been through several data… Read more »

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No Room for Risk: A Sound Business Continuity Plan Is a Must for Healthcare Facilities

Of all the tragic stories that came out of the recent string of hurricanes that hit the southeastern U.S. and Caribbean, one of the worst was the Florida nursing home… Read more »

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Global Family Leave: Manage your unique life and work

As a technology company, Schneider Electric is committed to ensuring that Life Is On for everyone, everywhere, and at every moment. This corporate promise means helping billions of people worldwide… Read more »

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Life is On for our employees with our new Global Family Leave policy

At Schneider Electric, our mission is to ensure Life is On everywhere, for everyone and at every moment.  I am happy to announce that our new Global Family Leave policy… Read more »

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5 Essential Safety Tips When Flying with Pets

Written by Guest Blogger, Mariana C. Gonzalez. Traveling with our companion animals can be a smooth and pleasant experience for the animals involved and their owners or it can be not… Read more »

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Industrial UPS vs. Standard UPS: Fundamental Differences Determine Investment Strategy

Poor power quality can wreak havoc on business systems uptime impacting both safety and driving up operational costs. From a safety perspective, imagine a mine that experiences an outage and… Read more »

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Operational Risks Justify Oil & Gas Business Continuity Planning

Most of today’s leading oil and gas companies can attribute much of their success to properly insulating themselves from business interruption risk. These companies strive to convert effective risk management… Read more »

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The Great Solar Eclipse Reminds Us to Review Our Data Center Operations

On August 21st a total eclipse will pass across the USA for the first time since 1945, well before the word ‘data center’ was coined. Commentators are predicting huge traffic… Read more »

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Schneider Electric: America’s 20 Most Promising Companies To Watch

I am pleased to announce that Schneider Electric has been featured by Insights Success as one of America’s Most Promising Companies to Watch in 2017. At Schneider Electric, we are… Read more »

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Life is On for our employees with our new Global Family Leave policy

At Schneider Electric, our mission is to ensure Life is On everywhere, for everyone and at every moment.  I am happy to announce that our new Global Family Leave policy… Read more »

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Meet The Edge, The World’s Most Sustainable Building

To catch a glimpse of the office of the future, check out The Edge in Amsterdam, a sustainable building that is not only a really inviting place to work, but… Read more »

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Integrating IT, OT and Security: Convergence to Collaboration

Security systems are needed to protect facilities. IT is needed to run security systems. Apply a bit of basic math theory to these statements, and it is easy to conclude… Read more »

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3 Approaches to Monitoring UPS Batteries – and Preventing Failures

Companies count on their UPSs to provide clean, reliable power in their data centers and for critical equipment – they are often the last line of defense in the event… Read more »

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4 Questions to Ask when Selecting a Modular 3-Phase UPS

In the last few years I’ve noticed confusion cropping up about what the term “modular” really means when it comes to a 3-phase uninterruptible power supply (UPS). By my count,… Read more »

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Schneider Electric: America’s 20 Most Promising Companies To Watch

I am pleased to announce that Schneider Electric has been featured by Insights Success as one of America’s Most Promising Companies to Watch in 2017. At Schneider Electric, we are… Read more »

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4 Ways IronGate is Hitting Colocation’s New Sweet Spot

The colocation buyer has a new name and it starts with a “C” — whether it’s the CIO, COO, CFO or, increasingly, the chief digital officer (CDO), the players have… Read more »

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In a Galaxy Far Away: The Data Center of the Future

At the 2016 L.A. Auto Show, Kia debuted the Sorento Ski Gondola, an autonomous concept car with bulldozer like wheels meant to take skiers up mountains. Innovative idea, but will… Read more »

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It’s Time to Give IOT and Edge Infrastructure the Same Protection IT Resources Get

At the recent Smart Industry 2016 event in Chicago, a colleague told a story that encapsulates some of the challenges I’ve been thinking about with respect to the Internet of… Read more »

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Why Hospitals Are Linking Business Continuity to Improved Patient Satisfaction

According to the World Health Organization, the population of humans over the age of 60 years will nearly triple by the year 2050.  As a result, hospitals will be required… Read more »

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Don’t Let an Aging UPS Bring You Down: Assess Your Replacement Options

An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is something like an airplane in that it must work all the time; if it fails some pretty awful things can happen. What’s more, if… Read more »

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In a Galaxy Far Away: The Data Center of the Future

At the 2016 L.A. Auto Show, Kia debuted the Sorento Ski Gondola, an autonomous concept car with bulldozer like wheels meant to take skiers up mountains. Innovative idea, but will… Read more »

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World Wide Technology (WWT) to Participate in DCOI Summit

World Wide Technology (WWT) will join Schneider Electric’s upcoming Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI) Summit on November 30, 2016. The company specializes in helping private and public sector organizations discover,… Read more »

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4 Ways IronGate is Hitting Colocation’s New Sweet Spot

The colocation buyer has a new name and it starts with a “C” — whether it’s the CIO, COO, CFO or, increasingly, the chief digital officer (CDO), the players have… Read more »

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3 Approaches to Monitoring UPS Batteries – and Preventing Failures

Companies count on their UPSs to provide clean, reliable power in their data centers and for critical equipment – they are often the last line of defense in the event… Read more »

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Industrial UPS vs. Standard UPS: Fundamental Differences Determine Investment Strategy

Poor power quality can wreak havoc on business systems uptime impacting both safety and driving up operational costs. From a safety perspective, imagine a mine that experiences an outage and… Read more »

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Lessons of Project Cumulus: Plan Early and Design Together

I have the fortune to be a Project Manager for a unique and global, cross-business unit team called, “Project Cumulus”.  Our team combines some of the best Engineers in the… Read more »

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Life is On for our employees with our new Global Family Leave policy

At Schneider Electric, our mission is to ensure Life is On everywhere, for everyone and at every moment.  I am happy to announce that our new Global Family Leave policy… Read more »

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Here’s How to Solve Your DCOI Challenges within Budget

Finding federal dollars and meeting mandates, while reaching your mission-critical objectives might seem impossible. But solving consolidation challenges and achieving optimization within budget are not only feasible, the accomplishments might… Read more »

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Why are there more power outages than ever and how can the impact be averted?

The U.S. electric grid loses power 285 percent more often now than in 1984 and endures more blackouts than any other developed nation, costing Americans as much as $150 billion… Read more »

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