The latest version of AssetGen (V5.2) will be exhibited jointly with our partner GVC at the BICSI South Pacific Conference 2015 in Sydney. The conference is held over a three day period so there is plenty of time if you are attending to see how AssetGen helps plan and manage complex infrastructure efficiently. Use database …Read more →
Online session using webex for BICSI conference attendees who were at the 2015 Winter conference in Orlando.
If you would like to attend this small session (max of 10 people) focused on design and management of cabling infrastructure with the AssetGen system, then please use the contact form so we can forward on session attendance …Read more →
David Cuthbertson (SMS) will look methods of to prevent IT engineers and managers drowning in spread sheets and duplicating diagrams – most of which are costly to produce and too time consuming to maintain. In many cases it is simple issues such as infrastructure naming conventions that need to be sorted before any documentation is …Read more →
Lee Smith (Dee Smith & Associates) and David Cuthbertson (SMS) will cover their approach and methods of assessing existing data centre facilities and management processes.
Rapid changes in both IT and data centre technologies often mean that facilities and management techniques fail to evolve fast enough, with the data centre potentially being the weak …Read more →
In our first webcast for 2015 we are jointly delivering a case study with Roland Bullivant of Silwood Technology – whose Safyr discovery software is used worldwide in the design, integration and modification of enterprise applications from SAP, JD Edwards, Peoplesoft, Oracle eBusiness, etc. By taking Safyr data into the AssetGen system we can now …Read more →
Our new South African partner Assys.doc is organising two events in Cape Town (17th November) and Johannesburg (20th November) where we will be covering the impact of infrastructure documentation on management practices.
This free half day seminar hosted by Assys shows how to document and present complex IT dependencies and impacts as part of infrastructure …Read more →
Square Mile will be presenting a free half day seminar in New Zealand on 20th October. Covering data centres, networks, cabling, applications, ITIL services, etc. we’ll cover tips and techniques to help create and maintain large numbers of diagrams using spreadsheets and databases as data sources.
Auckland – Tuesday 21st October
Fot registration and venue …Read more →
Increasing connectivity complexity of servers, switches and SANs requires an evolution in data center planning and change management. If TIA606C, diverse routing, BICSI-002, VLAN, fabrics, SAN, MLAN, OOB, ILO, Video, TOR/EOR, MDA/ZDA, A/B is jargon you recognise, then you’ll recognise where mistakes and delays occur.
Rather than drown in spreadsheets that get bigger and more …Read more →
As more federal and commercial organizations are using the NIST framework to review their cybersecurity controls, they are finding that managing the data in transit is just as important as securing the applications and data centers. The network is now being seen as the weakest link of an organization’s IT infrastructure, with design, build, changes …Read more →
Come to Birmingham on June 3rd where Square Mile will be presenting Visio automation techniques for IT infrastructure at the BICSI UK conference. Previous presentations in Vancouver and Orlando were very well received – so expect to walk away with many practical ideas to save valuable engineering time!
We’ll also be exhibiting the latest version …Read more →