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Many businesses forced to experiment with remote working have found that not only can it be done, but many employees prefer it. This needs to be supported by a flexible IT system capable of managing both remote and office working, seamlessly.
You can't make any cuts or roll backs that would impact the productivity of the company, but you need to cut costs. Luckily, there is a way to leave your existing system and applications running, while saving money by changing the infrastructure that supports them.
As businesses look to cut costs and create a safe, flexible working environment, there is much talk about what people actually need from an office. What are the options for an office-less business? Shared work spaces and data centres are here to help.
With all of the electronic equipment, data centres need to be equipped with an effective fire suppression system. However, you can’t spray down server racks with water or foam without damaging them, and this is why data centres used FM200 gas.
Technical debt refers to the technical problems that can accumulate from making quick fixes, or ignoring problems altogether. It’s important to understand how you accumulate technical debt, and its potential impacts.