The 6 Subsystems of Structured Cabling: Key Roles and Benefits

The 6 Subsystems of Structured Cabling: Key Roles and Benefits

In a world of wireless networks, structured data cabling remains one of the most critical elements in data centers, corporate facilities, and other sites facilitating data flow. Structured cabling serves as the backbone for efficient communication, and the proper...
Why Partner With Usnet?

Why Partner With Usnet?

What’s the best part of working with USNet? Tom Myers, Flexential’s regional vice president, highlights the benefits of partnering with USNet. Contact the experts at usnet-1.com.
Best Practices for Ensuring Data Center Security

Best Practices for Ensuring Data Center Security

How can you ensure security during a data center relocation? Phil Myers, USNet’s project and integration manager, explains. Looking to relocate your data center? Contact the experts at usnet-1.com.
Data Center Relocation Steps and Challenges

Data Center Relocation Steps and Challenges

What are the key steps and challenges involved in relocating your data center? Drew Gartner, USNet’s senior director of relocation services, identifies the common concerns organizations often face when moving their data centers. Planning to relocate your data center?...
Data Center Consolidation: Key Benefits and Considerations

Data Center Consolidation: Key Benefits and Considerations

As organizations increasingly rely on cloud systems to support operations, data centers have emerged as a crucial part of digital infrastructure. For many companies, migration to the cloud has been gradual — and distributed across various hosting sites. But managing...
4 Questions To Ask When Choosing a Colocation Provider

4 Questions To Ask When Choosing a Colocation Provider

Choosing a colocation provider is an important business decision requiring tremendous forethought and consideration. You must take into account several critical factors, as the stability and reliability of your IT infrastructure hinge on your ultimate decision....
Hot and Cold Aisle Containment: What You Need to Know

Hot and Cold Aisle Containment: What You Need to Know

Servers generate an incredible amount of heat, which is unfortunate because extended exposure to heat is one of the quickest ways to ruin valuable IT equipment. ASHRAE recommends keeping server rooms between 64.4 and 80.6 degrees F. Although ventilation and...
Cooling Concerns in Data Centers

Cooling Concerns in Data Centers

What are the top cooling concerns for data centers, and how can you resolve air-flow issues? USNet President Dustin McLeod and DP Guardian CEO Jon deRidder explain the primary issues data centers are facing currently and the best strategies for lowering energy costs....
Key Areas in an Infrastructure Assessment

Key Areas in an Infrastructure Assessment

Infrastructure assessments can be tedious and intrusive, but they are critical for a successful data center relocation. USNet President Dustin McLeod reveals the two major considerations when performing an infrastructure assessment. Planning a relocation of your data...
Is Colocation Right for Your Business?

Is Colocation Right for Your Business?

Data centers are expensive to own and run, making a personal center impractical for most businesses. One solution is colocation. A colocation facility provides a shared space for servers and hardware as well as on-site third-party security. This helps overcome the...