Smart cities are entering a new phase after a decade of experimentation. The digital solutions
needed will ensure that everyone is fully connected for many years to come.
Today, many people are talking about AI and just about every new product that gets launched seems
to have an AI element to it. However, at the same time there is much fear surrounding the impact
that automation and artificial intelligence will have.
As organizations re-evaluate the need to build, own and operate their own data centres, there is
an emerging trend which is growing rapidly toward outsourcing the data centre to a dedicated data
The potential for smart cities has grown by leaps and bounds, but with public sector budgets squeezed
what does it take for wide scale digital transformation to succeed in a cash-strapped, highly regulated
As lockdown eases and pandemic spikes occur sending people back into lockdown, we are likely to see
the development of the hybrid office. For tech teams they will need to be able to support both mass,
enforced working from home, as well as office based staff. To do this the right IT infrastructure must be
The continued growth of the global data centre market is being driven by an explosion of cloud and
High Performance Computing (HPC) requires next generation cooling deployment and increased power
per rack. Yet, many traditional data centres cannot provide this service, even at a medium density,
without supplementary cooling and support infrastructure or a compromise to the original data centre
Remote working is fast becoming the norm, but it’s Technology that is holding the key to productivity
and performance for staff working from residential properties.
Every day data centres drain country-sized amounts of electricity and generate carbon emissions as big
as the global airline industry. Yet, while many data centres claim to be green, it appears there are many
shades of ‘green’ in the data centre industry