DCIM

How DCIM Software Improves Data Center Security

My colleague Jan Durnhofer wrote an article about how to secure your DCIM solution from security attacks (click here to read it). Continuing the discussion around […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.

DCIM Software: 6 Questions Before You Start Your Quest

Several months back, I wrote an article about DCIM 101 — which aims to dispel some myths and cover the basics of what DCIM software is. […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.

DCIM: What’s the Cost? What are the Options?

Exploring DCIM software and trying to figure out the pricing from your DCIM vendors shouldn’t take a rocket scientist.In this blog, we will discuss: the specific […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.

Music to Listen to While Documenting Your Network (Jan’s Take)

I think my colleague Jason wrote something about this in his own blog….well, I am no less of a music freak. I am, after all, the […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

How to Calculate Data Center PUE

PUE, which stands for Power Usage Effectiveness, is a ratio used to measure data center energy consumption. This ratio was first released in 2007 via The […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.

How DCIM Software Impacts Data Centers

True DCIM (aka data center infrastructure management software) offers far more than sensor data and pretty 3D pictures. What is DCIM, anyways? It’s certainly not just […]
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As Graphical Networks’ Sales Engineering and Support Services Manager, Jason Sherman leads the pre and post sales cycle with the entire Graphical Networks software portfolio, and ensures current customers are able to use the software to its fullest potential.

DCIM PUE and alternative facts

Before we deconstruct the loaded title of this blog — ‘DCIM PUE and alternative facts’ — let’s first remove any mutual mystification around these two acronyms: […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

The netTerrain Product Selection Pocket Guide

Need to document the network — and your outside plant, as well? Or maybe you need to manage rack capacity and weight? Not sure which netTerrain […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.

Change Management Crucial in DCIM & Network Mapping Success

Have you been using spreadsheets and Visio diagrams to document your data center and networks? Are you considering upgrading to DCIM or an automated network diagramming […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.

What Does DCIM Stand For?

Call me old school or just call me old: when DCIM first started making headlines here and there, I never really understood the acronym. What does […]
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As Graphical Networks’ Sales Engineering and Support Services Manager, Jason Sherman leads the pre and post sales cycle with the entire Graphical Networks software portfolio, and ensures current customers are able to use the software to its fullest potential.