Biggest industry sectors couldn’t escape power outages in 2019

Posted by Eaton on March 16, 2020

There’s just no downplaying our ever-escalating reliance on electricity ─ nor the resulting consequences from an unexpected loss of power. For organizations lacking adequate power protection, even a momentary blip in power has the propensity to trigger serious ramifications.

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6 Essential Steps To Prepare for A Prolonged Power Outage

Posted by Eaton on March 11, 2020

Spoiled food. Silent cash registers. Darkened traffic signals. Dead cellphone towers. “Closed” signs plastered across store windows.
That was the reality in 2019 throughout much of California, as utility companies initiated multiple public safety power shutoff (PSPS) events. 

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The Evolution of the Data Center: What IT Pros Need To Know

Posted by Eaton on February 27, 2020

It is said that the only thing that doesn’t change is change itself, and in few sectors is that premise underscored as dramatically as the IT space. The ability for organizations to adapt is imperative within the quick-changing, innovation-driven IT market, where evolution is often propelled by the need to save time and money while simultaneously reducing risk.

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The 15 most unusual outages of 2019

Posted by Eaton on February 11, 2020

When it comes to peculiar power outages, Eaton has seen it all. From bears and beavers to bird poop and bags of chips, we have unearthed some of the most obscure instigators while tracking power cuts over the past decade. 

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