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Interview: CyrusOne’s new Europe president on aggressive expansion
In this exclusive interview Tesh Durvasula shares how the company plans to have a Europe data centre portfolio providing nearly 250 MW by the year’s end.
UK IT decision makers more concerned about Brexit than GDPR
When it comes to data sovereignty, UK businesses are less prepared and thus more concerned for what Brexit will bring.
Exclusive: What does the IT industry think of Brexit?
We’ve gathered the mixed thoughts of various IT leaders with business interests in the EU to gain an understanding of how Brexit will impact the industry.
EMEA data centre spending to flatline until Brexit’s sorted
“2018 is not a good year for IT spending in EMEA,” says Gartner research vice president John Lovelock.
NZ-UK fintech collaboration could shake up traditional finance sector
If New Zealand and the UK collaborated on fintech projects, what kinds of challenges would we face and how could regulations shape our activities?
DataCentres North: Industry’s largest regional gathering on its way
Now in its fourth year DataCentres North is shaping up to be a must-attend for anyone involved in data centres with interests outside of London.
Survey shows Brexit driving digital transformation and opportunities
Business confidence surrounding UK leaving the EU was highest in France (83 per cent) and Belgium (78 per cent) but lowest in Sweden (49 per cent).
Exclusive interview: Nlyte CMO asserts data centre future is hybrid
In an exclusive interview at DCD Zettastructure, Mark Gaydos discussed the ever-evolving data centre industry and the implications for all involved.
DataCentres Ireland: Free to attend with more than 1,000 industry experts
The largest and longest-running national event of its kind is fast approaching to explain why leading multinationals choose Ireland.
European data centers look towards APAC region after Brexit
Apac Reach reports that the Brexit referendum is having positive effects on European data centers as they look to Asia for expansion.
Global IT spend 'lackluster', according to reports
"The pace of change in IT will never again be as slow as it is now, but global IT spending growth is best described as lackluster."
Brexit doesn’t change the fundamental need for businesses to become customer-adaptive
Brexit should provide a positive shock to invigorate customer-adaptive transformation, not cause it to stall.