Survey of over 100 senior UK IT professionals reveals an opportunity to increase transparency and confidence in the data centre industry through clearer standards.
When customers are looking to build a new data centre, they often lose sight of the operational aspects of the facility. ‘Design for operation’ is an approach which focuses on the long term running of the facility when considering the initial design and one that we, as an industry, should be championing. Richard Clifford, Data Centre Consultant at Keysource explains.
For more than a decade Data Centre World has been delivering the future vision for the industry. Now in its 11th year, it continues to investigate all the latest trends, opportunities and challenges of the data centre industry. Ted Pulfer, Enterprise & End User Sector Consultant at Keysource tells more…
As well as launching our own survey, that looks at the future of the data centre and IT landscape as well as the current standards and accreditation's, Keysource have also partnered with BREEAM to look at Data Centre Sustainability.
Last week the Keysource team attended the Careers and Graduate Fair at the University of Bath as part of our drive to educate the students about the critical environment sector.
We are proud to announce the successful renewal of our appointment on the NEUPC Data Centre Framework.
It’s a commonly known fact that there is a growing skill shortage within STEM industries with Gartner estimating there will be a shortage of 90,000 IT professionals by 2020 in Europe alone.
Critical environment specialist Keysource has completed a global strategic data centre review for an international pharmaceuticals firm.
At the end of last year the Environmental Permitting regulation was updated to include the EU’s ‘Medium Combustion Plant Directive’. Set to come into effect at the end of this year, we wanted to understand how it would affect our customers and the data centre industry as a whole, so we sat down with Steve Lorimer who heads up our consultancy teams to find out more.