Can Data Centers Handle the Increased Remote Working Caused by Coronavirus?

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Moderator: Elisabeth Thomas | Panellists: Jeanne Morain, Simon Ratcliffe

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With Coronavirus having infected 785,000 people worldwide at the time of writing, many companies are enforcing a remote working rule to protect its workforce and minimize the threat of the virus. As such, there will be increased use of online conferencing tools and monitoring tools to remotely manage IT workloads and continue business as usual. Data center operators are taking steps to ensure continued operations, and also to provide mission-critical technology to support first responders, hospitals and public agencies reacting to COVID19’s impact. But how do data center operators ensure their digital infrastructure can handle this much use? Join this panel of experts as they discuss: - Preparing for the increase of hospitals’ use of data centers for data and image storage and transmission - Ensuring business as usual for companies’ sudden switch to a temporarily remote workforce - How to ensure your investments in maintaining continued operations during this period last beyond the threat of Coronavirus Moderator: Elisabeth Thomas, Launch Product Marketing Panellists: Jeanne Morina - Founder, iSpeak; Simon Ratcliffe - Principal Consultant, Ensono

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