Robert Schmidt
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  • Stamford, CT
  • United States
  • Future Facilities
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Future Facilities
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Data Center Consultancy
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Enterprise Data Center Solutions
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Data Center Infrastructure and Critical Facility News DCIM
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Asset Management, Building Architecture/Construction, CFD Analysis, Cloud Computing, Containers/Pods, DCiM, Energy Management, Green Initiatives, Infrastructure Management, IT Management, Networks, Physical Security, Planning, Power Generation/Distribution, Project management, Servers, Storage, Tools, Virtualisation
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The Impact of Change on the Evolution of Data Centers and the Relationship Between IT and Facilities

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Over the previous decade, new advances in IT technologies have placed new and additional pressures on the traditional methods of facilities planning and management. Demands driven by economic and market conditions, as well as new initiatives that are energy efficient or “green,” have necessitated building and IT management tool adoption. However, with the advent of technologies such as virtualization and the move to high density or cloud computing strategies, new challenges emerged, broadening the “information gap” between logical and physical infrastructures and masking critical interdependencies.

What is even more concerning is not change itself, but the rapid rate of change faced by today’s data center managers. It comes from all directions: business, economic, technological, and compliance related. The one constant is change.

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At 7:45 on June 26, 2013, Joel Anguyo Debbo said…

thanks alot Robert. am glad to be part of this group.

At 12:29 on July 2, 2011, Alaa Rahal said…
Thanks dude
At 8:43 on June 24, 2011, Ali Shalchi said…
Hi, tnx. 
Sorry for delay.
At 9:57 on May 30, 2011, Karfi said…

Thanks Robert,

Hope DCPN becomes a great place for knowledge sharing




At 21:32 on May 26, 2011, Jan Mihalik said…
Thank you. I am happy to be here. I am working for long time in DC business and is nice to find place to share experience.
At 15:44 on May 18, 2011, Vasanth Paths said…
Thank you, look forward to share knowledge.
At 6:59 on April 27, 2011, Bert Zijderhand said…

Thanks Robert,

I hope this professional network will bring what we expect.

regards Bert.

At 8:08 on April 22, 2011, Otto de Roo said…

Hi Robert,


Thank you for this "warm" welcome, keep it cool ;-) 


Cheers, Otto

At 18:38 on April 6, 2011, Shelley J. Wagner said…

Thank you!! I am looking forward to being a part of the DCPN.



At 11:17 on April 5, 2011, Nasser Thebian said…

Thank you


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