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City Lifeline re-launches website to keep pace with latest data trends

City Lifeline has unveiled a new, more interactive website, designed to reflect changing business needs and add value for companies looking to introduce the latest data technologies into their operations.

The role of the data centre is becoming pivotal as organisations face the challenge of simultaneously reducing cost, improving efficiency and managing explosive data growth. New technologies are being introduced that are heavily reliant on data centre performance, including cloud-based data storage, virtual IT environments and big data. At the same time companies are grappling with regulatory pressures in terms of data security and business continuity.


The new website will aim to support organisations through these processes. It will act as a hub of information for the industry, with thought leadership whitepapers, details of relevant company events and news.

“The new website reflects our commitment to helping companies understand key data issues and make the most of what data centres such as ours have to offer,” said Roger Keenan, managing director of City Lifeline comments. “We also wanted to better position the business and its future strategic direction.”

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