Save your cloud from drowning
Extreme rainfall events and rising sea levels are threatening hundreds of data centers around the world. Jason Hood, Global Infrastructure Segment Manager at Roxtec, shares his best tips in a paper on protection of critical communication infrastructure against water ingress and flooding.
In the paper “Water Mitigation in Data Centers. Preparing for Natural Disasters and Climate Change” Jason Hood explains how you can harden your data centers by taking three hardening measures and thereby maintain safe operations and business continuity. Read it today – and learn how to reduce the risk of costly downtime. Did you know that the average data center outage costs 740,357 USD?
“Take hardening measures today”
“With proper site selection and design, you can minimize water related issues in your data center. Building away from coastal areas and outside of flood zones makes sense, but might not always be possible. Take hardening measures to mitigate water ingress and protect power and fiber to ensure operational reliability and uptime. Implementing purpose-designed sealing solutions can offer the best long-term protection against the threat of water.”
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