Data center operators are facing stricter regulations and more pressure to reduce energy, along with persistent staffing and supply chain issues, according to Uptime Institute’s 13th Annual Global Data Center survey. The report shows new technologies potentially presenting a promising way forward, but these often are found lacking in standardization and scalability. While for many organizations, […]
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Led by tech and retail giants, American companies are installing record levels of solar to power their operations and now account for 14% of all installed solar capacity in the United States, according to the Solar Means Business 2022 report released by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). The report, which tracks and analyzes commercial solar adoption, named […]
As September drew to a close, two major international shipping ports, Barcelona and San Diego, both fell victim to ransomware infections. These follow a successful attack on the China Ocean Shipping Company terminal at the Port of Long Beach this past July. This cluster of attacks should serve as a warning to the industry as […]
As facility and network security continue to harden, it seems that some cybercriminals are looking for low-tech ways to gain access to a company’s sensitive information. And while cyberattacks typically don’t involve facility managers, this head-scratcher reported by Brian Krebs might be one to keep on your radar.