The one constant in today’s COVID-19 world is change. Leaders are forced to constantly rethink business and operations models as they chase the “next normal.” Mission critical infrastructures is not immune to this reality. In fact, avoidable power outages, hardware refresh cycles, asset management, and the need to adopt industry best practices around critical facility management are top of mind for data center owners as they search for a framework that will lead to success during uncertain times.
A new white paper from BCS Data Center Operations explores how people, processes, and technology are redefining mission critical infrastructure operations. First, the paper outlines three strategic solutions that will safeguard next-generation mission critical infrastructure. Then, they explore what progressive companies are doing to win the data center workforce talent war and they outline a five-point plan for eliminating critical human errors in critical facility operations.
The paper also dives into five key reasons that data center owners may not be sleeping at night and the things that every risk officer should be thinking about today. Finally, BCS examines how private / public partnerships will drive the next big wave of government data center optimization.