PivIT Global Blog / Maintenance
by PivIT Global on Jul 18, 2023 7:09:00 AM
Reliable IT infrastructure is the backbone of any successful enterprise. Technology enables employees to be productive and creative, orchestrating growth for the company.
by PivIT Global on Jul 6, 2023 7:02:00 AM
There has been a significant shift to service-based business models in the IT industry. The traditional approach to data centers, where companies house infrastructure on-premise, is becoming dated. More enterprises are leaning toward “colocation.”
by PivIT Global on Jun 20, 2023 7:00:00 AM
We live in a data-driven age, where people and organizations produce over 1.145 trillion MB of data daily.
by PivIT Global on May 30, 2023 7:01:00 AM
If your enterprise heavily relies on IT equipment, you’ll often come across the terms EOL and EOSL. These terms are somewhat controversial but essential nonetheless. After all, much may depend on these terms, which are essentially just dates.
by PivIT Global on May 25, 2023 7:09:00 AM
Imagine you’re running a data center with dozens of servers and storage equipment. You have clients that expect all-around availability of data. You have the best team on the premises. One evening your hardware fails, and you can’t figure out why. Nightmare, right?
by PivIT Global on Mar 28, 2023 7:01:00 AM
by PivIT Global on Mar 21, 2023 7:11:00 AM
Natural disasters are increasing both in terms of intensity and frequency. For IT enterprises like telecommunication companies or data centers, taking preventative measures for such disasters is essential. While you can’t control nature, you can take action to minimize the damage it c …
by PivIT Global on Feb 28, 2023 7:02:00 AM
Third-party network maintenance becomes necessary when the original equipment manufacturer's (OEM) auspices are no longer sufficient to keep systems up and running.
by PivIT Global on Feb 8, 2023 7:11:00 AM
IT sourcing and procurement have lately been marred with many challenges related mainly to logistics. Thanks to the global supply chain crisis that began after the COVID-19 pandemic, supply for critical hardware components has been slow.