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
The impact of WFH during the pandemic has, in many ways, created the ‘always on’ workforce. But to
ensure that all employees are as productive as possible regardless of the location, it is important to have
the right IT infrastructure in place.
With the demand for cloud services, edge computing, IoT, artificial intelligence (AI), and other digital
transformation technologies taking hold and hybrid workforces continue to develop, the need for
efficient and sustainable data centres is increasing.
Higher education and research organizations faced with challenges for urgent digitization of their
applications and data platforms, are now moving their IT infrastructure off-campus and into a
purpose build data centre to ensure that their IT works harder for less.