Jace Audit launched its Data Center Inventory and Audit offering to provide continuous asset management services through its all US-based services group. The company is managed by industry veteran Greg Stenberg who has spent over 25 years in DC buildouts, migrations, and global technology transfers, the timing comes on the precipice of major shifts due to pandemic outfalls as well as major shifts in computing allocations.
For performing onsite audits
The Federal Government alone has over 12,000 data centers with many that are mandated to comply with The Federal Government Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI) Mandate. Inventory will remain an important service. Jace performs onsite audits and inventories and is also able to provide continuous asset management services through its all US-based services group.
Stenberg comments that data center assets require one-time and continuous inventories for a myriad of reasons. M&A activities, divestitures, and shifts to cloud environments all contribute to the necessity of assessing one of an organization’s most capital-intensive resources.
The IT Asset Management segment includes the providers of DCIM solutions which encompass a myriad of software products to monitor and optimize data center space, power, cooling, and carbon emissions. The foundation of every DCIM implementation is an initial inventory collection.
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