Helen Ding

Helen Ding

Helen Ding is the Director for Product Marketing & Initiatives for the Home and Business Networks division of APC by Schneider Electric. Helen joined the strategy function at Schneider Electric in 2012. Prior to that , she held marketing positions with Fortune 500 companies & project management roles in the diplomatic world. Based in Boston One Campus in the US, Helen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Nankai University in China and MBA from Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Why Your Power Outage Survival Kit Should Include Battery Backups and More

Between hurricanes, blizzards, tsunamis and lightning storms, aging infrastructure and car accidents involving utility poles, there’s no shortage of threats that can cause power outages in homes around the world. Given how much we rely…
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Should You Get an Uninterruptible Power Supply for Every PC User at Your Company?

An IT manager recently posted a question on Spiceworks that generated robust discussion. The simple question was, “Do you purchase a UPS for every PC user?” The poster, “Jason8238,” went on to describe his environment….
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Your Electronic Devices Are More Vulnerable Than You Thought – Four Things You Need to Know about Power Surges

Power surges in the electrical system in your home or office are more common than you think. These surges can cause severe damage to electronic devices if they are left unprotected. Where do power surges…
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Record Heat Brings Power Problems: UPSs and Surge Protectors Offer Relief

Countries throughout the northern hemisphere are experiencing record-breaking heat this summer, creating discomfort among residents that is exacerbated by a related fact: the heat is taxing electric grids to their breaking point, knocking out power…
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Power Protection can help ensure the best viewing experience, so you don’t miss any of the Big Game!

Preventing Match Interruptions The worst thing that could happen to fans as they watch their favorite teams vie for the cup is an outage that interrupts the TV or internet transmission of a match. No…
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