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CIO report reveals cloud complexity challenges Nearly three-quarters of CIOs say the explosion of data produced by cloud-native technology stacks is beyond human ability to manage.
Raxio Group breaks ground for construction of Raxio Kinshasa The Raxio Group held a ground-breaking ceremony that formally kicks off the construction of the first Tier III carrier neutral colocation data centre in the DRC, located at 12eme, Limete, Kinshasa.
Nutanix offers a stepping stone to the cloud Nutanix has formed a partnership with Trust Systems and Crown Hosting Data Centres to deliver against Crown Hosting’s Shared Hybrid Initiative with a new service for public service customers wanting to migrate to the cloud on their own terms.
Cloud trust in decline Leaseweb Global has published the results of research revealing that over half (55%) of UK IT professionals currently trust public cloud services less than they did two years ago, having run into challenges around usage costs, migration and customer service.
BMC advances automation capabilities New Control-M integrations help every Autonomous Digital Enterprise deliver business outcomes faster with a single platform that manages application and data workflows in an optimised and scalable way.
NAKIVO expands Backup to Cloud, Anti-Ransomware, and Microsoft 365 Backup Capabilities with latest v10.7 NAKIVO receives an Honorable Mention in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ and releases the latest 10.7 version of NAKIVO Backup & Replication with enhanced cloud storage, anti-ransomware, and SaaS data protection capabilities.
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Keele University chooses Vertiv Vertiv modular power system supports Keele’s ambitious decarbonisation strategy and complements its on-site renewable energy microgrid.
5 steps to achieving the benefits of a net zero organisation By Andrew Duncan, Partner and UK CEO at Infosys Consulting.
IT services can play a pivotal role in reducing carbon emissions COP26 reinforced the need for society to reduce carbon emissions and be more eco-conscious. If we are to meet the targets set out by governments and organisations, tangible actions must take place. The UK has committed to reaching net zero by 2050, a challenging prospect that requires all levels of society to play their part. Business and industry’s energy consumption is an area that can be vastly improved when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. Scott Davidson, managing director at ISN Solutions, a corporate IT managed services provider with more than 20 years’ experience of partnering with energy companies, looks at how harnessing the latest technological innovations and practices can help energy companies navigate the energy transition.
Data centres – are they really sustainable? By David Watkins, solutions director for VIRTUS Data Centres.
Datum moves to renewable HVO fuel Datum Datacentres, the business-critical data centre provider, will be transitioning from diesel to renewable HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) fuel for its backup generators at its flagship facility on the Cody Technology Park, Farnborough. Working in partnership with Keysource, the global datacentre and critical environment specialist, this move will enable Datum to reduce up to 90% of net CO2 emissions if its backup generators are used.
Digital Realty celebrates sustainable gigawatt achievement With the publication of its fourth annual ESG Report, Digital Realty reveals progress towards environmental goals – hitting the milestone of securing one gigawatt of IT capacity in accordance with sustainable building standards.

Sustainability

Net Zero, energy efficiency, ESG, the circular economy, Scope 3 emissions – just some of the many, many aspects of sustainability which the IT and wider business world are now addressing with ever increasing urgency. You’ll find plenty of insights, advice and more general food for thought as your own organization seeks to reduce its carbon footprint.
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