[VIDEO] Data Center Risk Management: Understanding the Risks We Face – Part 215 min read

by | Aug 10, 2022 | Blog

As we previously discussed, the first step of understating the risks a data center faces is understanding the data center itself and its purpose. Once this is understood, we can then better understand the common issues that introduce risk. Unfortunately, many of these common issues are self-inflicted due to human error. The good news is, many of these common issues can be mitigated and prevented once they are identified.

Then there are risks that are not so obvious and stem from areas that are less understood. Some of these risks may be based on false assumptions, misperception or miscommunication, hidden infrastructure issues inherent to the site, and many others. These risks are harder to mitigate, but not impossible.

For more on data center risk management, check out our recent webinar titled, Data Center Risk Management: The Importance of Mitigating Risk to Maximize Resiliency.

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Immersive software, innovative sensors and expert thermal services to monitor, manage, and maximize the power and cooling infrastructure for critical data center environments.

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