Top 5 Data Center Stories: Week of April 10

Dallas Infomart – 1st Floor demolition underway.

Here are the top stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge the week of April 10:

HPE Offers Container Suite as‘Business Decision,’ Not Compulsory Upgrade – HPE announced the release of containerized versions of its IT Operations Management (ITOM) suite, and an architectural choice HPE made to adopt a scalable infrastructure for its operations software.

DCK Exclusive – Infomart’s Big Plans for Iconic Dallas Landmark – Dallas Infomart has the luxury to master plan its growth, but executing comes with a price tag — as much as $500 million over the next five to ten years.

New Power Line for Amazon May Run Above Railroads Despite Opposition – The Virginia State Corporation Commission cleared the way last Thursday for the state’s largest utility provider, Dominion Virginia Power, to seek the approval of local authorities.

Digital Transformation Leaders Twice as Likely to Meet Revenue Goals, Dell EMC Finds – Only 5 percent of large companies are prepared to transform their IT systems to meet digital business needs, despite a large majority (71 percent) that agree they will not be competitive without it.

IT Certifications: How Valuable Are They? – There seems to be two schools of thought on the value of IT certifications. Some technology professionals say they can absolutely turbo-charge your salary and earning potential. Others claim that certifications may not be worth the paper on which they’re printed.

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