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How to prepare and respond to data centre emergencies

Data centre operations and maintenance teams should always be prepared to act swiftly and surely without warning. Unforeseen problems, failures, and dangers can lead to injury or downtime. Good preparation can quickly and safely mitigate the impact of emergencies, and help prevent them from happening again. This article describes a framework for an effective emergency preparedness and response strategy for mission critical facilities.

Read the article over at ee publishers here.




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