Tag Archives : #Control


Medium voltage AC: Big Data? ‘Big Power’ isn’t far behind  

Context: an evolving standard for power distribution Data center operators are under intense pressure to maximize the efficiency of data centers. To maintain competitiveness in a race in which rack density increases and power consumption keeps pace to meet increasing demand for service delivery, data center operators are looking for ways to improve the efficiency […]

Dave Sterlace, market development manager for data centers and critical power, Thomas & Betts (ab ABB company)

Ryan Martin, associate analyst, IoT and Wearables Technologies

451 Research: View Technologies launches real-time, location-based RFID service for IoT item visibility

A convention has built around the Internet of Things which measures IoT market potential in terms of the number of devices that will be connected by a certain date. While this guestimation may offer some rough parameters for overall market size – give or take a billion or two devices – a more interesting view […]


Connecting the dots: security integration at Dell

Visions of the ‘wild west’ are often conjured in reporting on the business use of IT today, and the biggest outlaw is typically BYOD. And rightly so – the introduction of multiple operating systems and personal devices into corporate networks can produce maintenance headaches for IT administrators, impact network availability, and intensify security risk for […]

Dmitriy Ayrapetov, director, product management, Dell SonicWALL

Michel-Juneau-Katsuya-CEO-The-Northgate-Group

“Your company’s biggest risk is everyone in it”

“Are you making it too easy?” was the fundamental question posed at the Toronto launch of a countrywide Dell Security Tour that has taken keynote speaker Michel Juneau-Katsuya and a panel of security experts to Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Quebec City this month, and is now moving westward to Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. CEO of The […]


Encryption key to cloud security 2

In the article below, Kevin Fogarty picks up cloud where he left it – with colourful discussion of security challenges that starts with the very early days of public cloud when IT had legitimate concerns around visibility into cloud operation and access and ends with some pretty compelling stats on questionable behaviour in the shadowy […]

kevin_fogarty - 3