Reductions in budgets, increasing overhead efficiencies, the squeeze on real estate and the drive for better utilisation are all challenges we are seeing becoming increasingly more common, not least of all within the public sector.
For the 6th year in a row Keysource, the global Critical Environment and Data Centre specialists have received the RoSPA Award. This marks the 4th Gold Keysource have been awarded in a row.
Survey of over 100 senior UK IT professionals reveals an opportunity to increase transparency and confidence in the data centre industry through clearer standards.
The latest UK productivity statistics released by the Office of National Statistics shows that as a nation our productivity is continuing to decline year on year. A recent survey by our parent company, Extentia Group highlighted that the workplace environment is one of the key aspects hindering UK workers productivity.
This article was first published in the June edition of Digititalisation World Magazine.
Protecting against disruption and potential downtime to IT equipment and staff is vital to any financial services business, but even more so when it’s one of the world’s largest.
A comprehensive three-month audit across 11 global data centres was completed last year by critical environment specialists, Keysource. The professional services reviewed the pharmaceutical giant’s entire estate of edge compute to ensure they were able to support the business objectives for the next 10 years. The evaluation included reference to best practise and both national and international standards to support the ongoing IT Transformation strategy.
This month, Keysource enterprise consultant, Ted Pulfer was asked to speak as part of an expert panel for Insider_Networks on renewable energy in the Data Centre Industry. With data centre use increasing exponentially, and latest figures putting ICT energy use accounting for 3.6% of global energy consumption, the panel looked at options that could increase efficiency and reduce the environmental impact the industry has.
With customer and flight data central to operations, an airport’s IT infrastructure is one of its most important critical facilities.
On 4-6th June the Datacloud Global Congress in Monaco will be opening its doors once again for the 16th year.