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Reducing Your Data Centre Carbon Footprint Best Practice No. 6

Implement Hot/Cold Aisle Containment

Ceiling panels and doors enclose the hot aisle between rows of cabinets so that warm exhaust air can be separated and returned to the cooling system. Implement a data center containment strategy where cold supply air from cooling units is separated from the hot exhaust air from IT equipment.

Tri-Paragon’s Data Protection – with Advanced Email Security

Improve Security by Detecting any Email borne Threat Before It Reaches End-Users

Block email threats – including spam, phishing, business email compromise (BEC), malware, advanced persistent threats (APTs), and zero-days – before they reach end- users’ Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, Open-Xchange, or on-premises mailboxes.

Tri-Paragon’s Data Protection – Integrated Backup and Cybersecurity (2)

Constant data availability in a changing threat landscape

Ransomware attacks, which pose a direct threat to user data, continue to grow in frequency and complexity. You may have heard of 2017 global epidemics such as WannaCry and exPetr, which hit hundreds of companies around the globe. Good news: We have Acronis Active Protection to keep your data safe and secure.

Reducing Your Data Centre Carbon Footprint Best Practise No. 4

Track data centre sustainability metrics

Most data centre professionals are familiar with Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), which is the ratio of total facility energy to total IT equipment energy. The closer to 1.0 your PUE is, the more efficient your data centre is.

Tri-Paragon’s Data Protection – Integrated Backup & Security

Modernize your cybersecurity and backup with integrated cyber protection

Prevent downtime and data loss with essential cyber protection from Tri-Paragon

Reducing Your Data Centre Carbon Footprint Best Practise No. 3

Reducing Your Data Centre Carbon Footprint

Deploy a complete data center management solution to dramatically reduce energy consumption and drive sustainability.

As data centers continue to require more energy to keep up with the demand of modern consumers and businesses, so too does the spotlight as customers, governments, and industry regulators increasingly push for increased sustainability and social responsibility.

Tri-Paragon’s Data Protection as a Service

Data protection is the process of securing digital information while keeping data usable for business purposes without trading customer or end-user privacy. Data protection is becoming more intricate as the number of devices to monitor and protect expands. Today, it includes IoT devices and sensors, industrial machines, robotics, wearables, and more. Data protection helps reduce risk and enables a business or agency to respond quickly to threats.

Reducing your carbon footprint (2) – Increase Sustainability

Reducing your Data Center Carbon Footprint

Step 2 in your journey to improving your data centre carbon footprint is to deploy environmental sensors.