Category: Cabling

Video Surveillance: Panasonic Video Insight 60-Day Trial

Video Insight is a powerful, yet easy-to-use video management software that allows organizations in education, law enforcement, healthcare, commercial, and transportation the ability to deploy a customized and robust video surveillance system. With support for over 3,000 camera models, a variety of encoders, virtualization, centralization, and integration with the most popular access control systems, the Video Insight solution provides a wide range of benefits to meet all of your organization’s physical security demands.

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Available Lease Space in PTS’ Headquarters Building (Oakland, NJ)

Lease space inside PTS Data Center Solutions’ Headquarters building, located at 16 Thornton Road, Oakland, NJ 07436.  This flexible space can be utilized as a new location, colocation, or relocation. PTS’ own data center and staff being onsite makes this is the ideal space for a tech-based company to set up shop.

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PTS and Panasonic Event (1/7/2016): Physical Security in the Public Sector

PTS and Panasonic Physical Security Event
Panasonic Headquarters, Newark, NJ
January 7, 2016, from 11:00am to 2:00pm

Please join PTS Data Center Solutions, Panasonic, FST Biometrics, and Dell in welcoming the new year by exploring enhanced security technologies for a safer work environment.

Our guest, Aida Sanchez, will be presenting: “Building Bridges: Teaching the Public Sector How to Leverage the Best-in-Class Commercial Technologies”

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Forrester Report: Identifying the Total Economic Impact of SimpliVity’s Hyperconverged Infrastructure

SimpliVity commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by deploying its hyperconverged infrastructure technology.  Forrester found that organizations using SimpliVity:

  • Reduced costs by 73%
  • Experienced a risk-adjusted ROI of 224% over three years
  • Avoided or reduced costs of: storage, hardware, labor, floor space, system updates, and more

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Free IT Assessment: How Optimal is Your IT Environment?

The IT Solution Experts at PTS are offering an innovative, new, complimentary assessment service: the PTS Virtual Environment Performance Analysis, or VEPA.

As part of your Free IT Assessment, PTS will:

  • Furnish software tools to scan your existing IT environment
  • Offer guidance in performing the scan
  • Provide a detailed report with the resulting accumulated metrics
  • Review the results in terms of impact to your business
  • Recommend the optimal balance of physical, virtual, and hyperconverged infrastructure

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Is It Time To Decommission Your Data Center?

Data centers are extremely complex to manage, and the task of decommissioning a data center is far from trivial. Decisions must be made regarding which equipment, if any, can be reused in the new data center. Some of the equipment will need to be disposed of and/or destroyed, and some of the equipment may be resold.

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Tips to Protect Your Network Closet

While network closets take on all shapes and sizes, they are essentially an arm of the data center. As an important component of all mission-critical environments, the network closet must be organized, protected and managed efficiently and effectively. IT professionals are charged with keeping the technology infrastructure functioning, even in the face of constrained resources and increasing complexity.

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Best Practices for Designing Your Physical Security Infrastructure System

One of the most critical aspects of designing a data center is the physical security infrastructure system. Here are five best practices for ensuring that it is effective and compliant: Physical security is much like information security in that it should be viewed in layers. For example, access control systems act as the primary keys to the castle and should use methods that cannot be shared, such as biometric access.

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Segmenting Networks for Security

Historically, there has been little convergence between manufacturing and enterprise in the plant network. Instead, there are multiple, separate networks – one network may run fieldbus protocol at the device level, another network may run ControlNet protocol for machine-to-machine communications, while a third protocol, such as Ethernet, or a proprietary network, links the machines to data acquisition and storage units for reporting or archiving.

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Security Thought Leaders at Cisco, HP, Identiv, Imageware, Nok Nok and Bosch

Mr. Fred Duball, Data Center Practice Principal, Workload and Cloud Solutions, HP Enterprise Services, U.S. Public Sector, told us, “Many of our clients know that HP has a strong legacy of IT infrastructure support; we have more than 80 data centers

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