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Data center owners and operators are bringing on new capacity to meet voracious business demand and enable business’s digital transformation. In the U.S. alone, there are 526 megawatts under construction.i As a result, colocation providers, hyperscalers, and enterprise IT and data center teams are managing a larger footprint than ever. Much of this work is happening remotely, creating new pressures and challenges to navigate.
In this eBook, you will learn how you can improve your data center security by:
- Enabling secure remote access to devices
- Improving networking visibility and control
- Centralizing and standardizing IT management
- Using secure information handling tools to protect data
 “Data Centers,” chapter 8, U.S. Real Estate Market Outlet 2022, report CBRE, undated, https://www.cbre.com/insights/books/us-real-estate-market-outlook-2022/data-centers#.