The data center is the brain and nerve center of the enterprise, the place where its most precious resources are housed. This makes it a highly valuable target for cybercriminals—with big money to be made in the extortion of companies through malware attacks. Just last month, for example, over 160 Applebee’s restaurants in the U.S. were hit by a malware attack on their point-of-sale (POS) systems—and the chain is still assessing the damages.

5 ways to improve data center security

Today, with data breaches constantly making headlines, your customers need to invest in 5 critical areas to secure their data centers.
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An affordable way to secure your data center

Securing the data center for less.
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Read more to understand the challenges related to data center security.
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 So much of being a successful solution provider comes down to the ability to identify customer needs. Unfortunately, we often see that solution providers leave money on the table by missing opportunities with their customers. Whether it’s due to a lack of knowledge about what complementary upsell opportunities exist, lack of interest or time, or something else, the end result is a customer with unfulfilled needs and a solution provider not maximizing their sales potential.

Why every data center needs good physical security

Data centers often overlook physical security. This leaves them at risk while you miss a lucrative sales opportunity.
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