The massive, monolithic data center has stood for decades as a symbol of Wall Street's computing power. But even the mighty data center can't resist the winds of change sweeping the capital markets. Wall Street & Technology's October digital issue looks at the data center of the future, examining the strategies leading firms are using to transform their data centers into lighter, more agile and more efficient operations.
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In This Issue:
THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING DATA CENTER: To be hip and modern, Wall Street's data centers need to shrink, reduce costs and boost efficiency.
SILVER LINING: In addition to cost savings, third-party data centers offer financial firms an increasing menu of infrastructure services.
LONG LIVE 'BIG IRON': With the rise of big data, mainframe computers are enjoying a resurgence.
Has the Demise of the Data Center Been Greatly Exaggerated?
Inside the Data Center With No Address
Accelerating Development and Testing In the Cloud
Are Modular Data Centers the Answer?
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