Digitalisation World talks to Marilyn Heward-Mills, an employment lawyer at Conexus Law – covering workplace advice for the data centre sector, as both employers and employees adjust to life after lockdown.
Later this summer, Digitalisation World will be hosting a webinar on behalf of Nebulon, focusing on Cloud Defined Storage. Ahead of this event, DW caught up with Nebulon's COO, Craig Nunes, to find out a little bit more about the ideas behind the new company and this new revolutionary technology.
In less than 10 minutes, hear from seven Vertiv customers on how our products and services make their jobs easier by ensuring business continuity and streamlining operations that drive savings in manhours, energy costs, and other operational expenses.
How are new ways created for the digital business? With CenturyLink Edge Compute solutions that enable emerging, real-time applications to run smoothly and efficiently near digital interactions at the edge.
Automated vehicles record and process massive amounts of data daily with simulations and high capacity sensors. For Elektrobit, a global supplier of connected software for the automotive industry, the biggest challenge was how to securely store, transfer and process these large amounts of data. The interconnection-first approach, deployed on Platform Equinix®, provided Elektrobit the fastest and most stable option available. Find out how Equinix, with its global data centers and digital edge presence, boosted efficiency, performance, reliability and security for Elektrobit.
Iceland sees some pretty extreme weather. Fannar Sveinsson is part of the team that's using data on the IBM Cloud to help continuously maintain 8,000 miles of roads, so people can safely get where they need to go—no matter how crazy it gets.
Watch the senior director of IT security operations for Infocrossing, a Wipro company, as he visits Vertiv headquarters and validates his company’s decision to use the Vertiv VR rack in its five data centers to streamline infrastructure deployment and enable the flexibility needed to meet changing customer requirements.
Digital transformation has reached a turning point. Businesses have now added so many new applications and need so much data consistently available, that accessing sufficient capacity in data centers is becoming a challenge.
Power quality specialist CP Automation will be showcasing a range of metering and mitigation devices at Data Centre World 2023, held on March 8 to 9, at the ExCel London. Visitors to Stand D962 will have the chance to explore how they can maximise the uptime of their data centres by recording and responding to irregular power inputs.