Unify information sources Data reliability
Reliability in data

Today, more than ever, the time available for making decisions in all areas of our lives has shortened. It's as if there's an avalanche behind us, pushing us forward without a clear understanding of the path we want to take.

But we resist... We must stop, think, analyze the situation, and decide on the best course with the information we have. That's where the key lies – the information we have.

If we apply this to the world of technology, particularly the management of critical infrastructures, something similar happens. Critical decisions must be made in record time. Once again, the only way to decide on the path to take is to have the most reliable available information, and this isn't just data; it's interconnected data.

The interconnection of data is what creates information, and this interconnection can only be achieved by unifying information sources, which is the origin of DCIM (Data Center Infrastructure Management). DCIM provides a unified solution for managing critical infrastructure, where data becomes reliable

But what about the "I" in Infrastructure? Is Infrastructure everything on its own? The answer is no. Just as Facilities are critical because they provide the necessary support to the IT team, the IT team supports the services and applications that are the core of our businesses. Therefore, DCIM faces the challenge of continuing to unify information from other tools to reach the service layer.

How is this achieved? It's simple – through integrations with existing systems.

Integrations in the DCIM system must take into account these variables: added value, associated processes, and the people involved.

Is technology capable of making it a reality? If we've learned one thing in recent years, it's that in software, almost nothing is impossible. Unfortunately, in many cases, the barriers tend to be people and companies.

Discover what some integrations bring to DCIM, ask us directly, and we'll connect you with our specialists.. Or if you prefer to explore on your own, you can find the most common integrations and their contributions in each of our applications.


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