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Why consider Data Centre Infrastructure Management as a Service?

WHY?

Because it provides:

  1. access to accurate, actionable data about the current state and future needs of your data center
  2. standard procedures for equipment changes
  3. better predictability for space, power and cooling capacity means increased time for more productive work
  4. supports asset lifecycle including planning, purchasing, storage, staging, installing, and discarding including parts and spares.
  5. single source of truth for asset management
  6. the ability to instantly see how much capacity is used and how much is available for improved capacity planning
  7. Faster and more accurate Implementation making the benefits accrue quicker

Data Center Infrastructure Management in the New Normal

Tri-Paragon’s DCIM as a Service

Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software is quickly becoming the core engine of data center operations. Since the IT function is so vital to the success of any modern organization, improving productivity, efficiency and reliability of data center operations delivers an immediate competitive advantage to DCIM adopters.

 

Data Center Management Simplified

Smart Tools for Efficient Decision Making

Tri-Paragon’s DCIM as a Service

Data Centre Cost reduction initiatives, corporate mandates, as well as space, budget, and uptime planning require detailed asset information to achieve corporate objectives.

Tri-Paragon's DCIM as a Service

General Overview of DCIM as a Service

The pandemic has Increased the need to work from home and minimize onsite staff. Social distancing and restrictions on how many staff members can be onsite are now commonplace. With Data Centre access being extremely limited, management of the Data Centre must be done effectively and remotely.

Assessing your Data Center Cybersecurity

Your organization’s goal should be to strive for the capability to:

  1. prevent,
  2. detect,
  3. and respond

to cyberattacks targeting your data center.

Is Your Organization Cyber Resilient?

Cyber resilience is an evolving perspective that is rapidly gaining recognition. The concept essentially brings the areas of information security, business continuity, and organizational resilience together.

Create a Cybersecurity Program

Organisations should establish a measurable cyber security program. The program translates the Cyber Security strategy into action, driving initiatives and continuous improvements in cyber resilience. The steering committee oversees the cyber security program.

Cyber Security Organization Collaboration

Translating a cyber security strategy and vision into action requires the buy-in and support of the wider organisation. This can be achieved by establishing a committee containing key stakeholders from across the business. The main objective of the steering committee is to achieve consensus and align cyber security priorities with the organisation’s objectives. Steering committees are most effective when they contain representatives who can make decisions on resource allocation, prioritisation, and direct cyber security activities.

Holistic Cybersecurity Risk Management

Effective risk management is a core component of governance and must be embedded within the organisation. A framework is needed to effectively identify, analyse, evaluate, and manage cyber security risks. The framework supports consistent decision-making and prioritisation within an organisation, maximising the benefit of investment in cyber security.

Roles and Responsibilities in the Cyber Resilient Organization

Achieving effective cyber security governance requires defining and establishing the organisation’s cyber security roles and responsibilities. After they are created, consider at what level in the organisation they need to be performed.

In smaller organisations, most cyber security functions may fall to a single person. In such cases, it is even more important for senior leaders to ensure cyber security duties are realistic, clearly understood, and well communicated. Everyone in the organisation should understand their role in supporting effective cyber security.

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