Customer preference is for hybrid IT Service Management

FrontRange, in partnership with THINKstrategies has announced the results of a comprehensive survey that examines how the accelerating adoption of cloud computing is impacting the ITSM needs of organisations.

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Carrenza becomes an Official G-Cloud iii Supplier

Carrenza has been awarded a place on the UK government’s G-Cloud iii framework as an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider. The UK Government is committed to the adoption of cloud computing and the G-Cloud iii programme is an iterative programme of work to achieve this, delivering fundamental changes in the way the UK public sector procures and operates ICT.

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Comparing like-for-like

A new white paper from Schneider Electric outlines a standardised architecture for preparing physical infrastructure in a receiving data centre.

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Computacenter joins the Cloud Industry Forum

Award-winning provider of IT infrastructure services becomes the latest name to endorse CIF and its Code of Practice.

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UKFast joins GCloud

Hosting and cloud firm UKFast has been chosen to become part of the government's G-Cloud iii framework.

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Rittal, SICP and WestfalenWIND IT win first prize at German Data Center Award 2019.
Contractors working on data centre projects must have appropriate dehumidifiers in place, according to Aggreko, after Europe was hit with more heatwaves and subsequent storms.
Company strengthens LATAM connectivity, partners with EdgeUno and Seaborn.
Conexus Law, the specialist advisory firm that provides legal and commercial advice to clients who work in sectors where the built environment, technology, engineering and people converge has added a specialist construction and engineering lawyer to its fast-growing team.
A large surge in data centre supply across the FLAP market and an anticipated record-breaking year overall means facility operators must explore distributed energy solutions to avoid potential disruption from under-strain power grids.
Western Sweden’s leading energy company, G?teborg Energi, has, after a procurement process, decided to outsource its IT operations to Tieto. The agreement runs over a five-year period with a contract value of approximately EUR 40 million. The major service areas in scope are within data centre (IT-infrastructure, integration, communication and application operations), work place, service desk and collaboration services.
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Australian fish farm undergoes IT upgrade by investing in edge infrastructure

Australian fism farming company Tassal looked at harnessing IT to make its business of growing salmon more sustainable and cost-effective. It invested in an integrated IT solution powered by Vertiv and Dell EMC for its business in Tasmania.

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