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Could Shyp be the next "killer app" for shipping packages?

Most new mobile apps are dedicated to providing some kind of service that tends to focus on the “virtual" world of the Internet. However, one new mobile app called Shyp is focused on solving problems in the physical world – by reinventing the business of shipping packages. Just as Uber disrupted the taxi business by “crowdsourcing" personal transportation, Shyp is trying to...

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LeBlanc’s Food Stores

LeBlanc's needed a space-saving, backup power solution to protect its point-of-sale terminals across Louisiana. The Eaton 3S UPS was the perfect fit.

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The Week’s Top IT Stories: 3/27

Each week, Eaton scours the Internet to bring you the top industry headlines of the moment. This week Facebook announced Parse for IoT, stealing data from computers using heat emissions became a possibility, Microsoft tightened Windows 10's Secure Boot screws and New York's attorney general threatened action in response to Radio Shack’s proposal to sell customer data. See what else made our top headlines.

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Foreseer is being installed at our Corporate sites. We are using in rack HP S132 PDU's. Our DC PDU's can read the utilization from the racks that are directly fed into them. However our new standard is to utilize Bus Ducts (A & B)that feed rows of racks from DC PDU's (1 &2). I thought I read a technical spec on Foreseer that it could communicate with an HP utility that can allow it to read the power utilization from a specific HP Server/device. Can I monitor individual servers with the HP utility and Foreseer in place in my environment? If so, what are the requirements? (Hardware/Software)

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Phoenix data center moonlights as hot yoga studio

Phoenix, AZ – A local marketing communications company has been experimenting with an innovative new business model for the past eighteen months. The business’s data center has been a hidden gym to the yogis of Phoenix.

Two years ago the marketing company’s  IT manager, Del Griffith, had aspirations to refresh the data center and go completely virtual. The company was facing a change in senior management, and in the midst of the company facelift, IT was the last in line...

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Overcoming eight common power management challenges

How intelligent, logical and complete power management solutions provide relief for some of today’s worst power-related headaches.

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A retired college professor, Professor Wattson consults IT managers and customers in all aspects of IT power management.

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A mechanical engineer, David is a Project Manager for Eaton UPS products, currently for 5-11 kVA UPSs.

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