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CyrusOne updates outlook for Frankfurt data centre
CyrusOne has revealed details about the first phase of its newest data centre, which is being constructed in Frankfurt, Germany.
Akamai’s Texas data centers soon to be powered by wind
Akamai Technologies has announced it is increasing its commitment to the ‘green’ data center.
Smarter cities through cross-border and G2G collaborations
"As countries race ahead in their bid to accelerate smart city development through industrialisation, the environment and ultimately humanity is paying the price for this phenomenon."
Hyve’s new innovation trims power bills and employee fat
It’s in dark times like these with Brexit looming above that it’s great to see some reassurance with classic British innovation.
Beyond renewables: Emerging technologies for “greening” the data centre
Park Place Technologies’ CEO shares his views on innovations aside from renewable energy that can slim a data centre’s footprint.
CyrusOne switches London data centres to green energy
CyrusOne's two London data centres are now running on a 100% renewable energy tariff, with the third one on the way.
Google makes its first ever renewable energy investment in Asia
This week Google announced that it is making a huge investment in renewable energy in Asia with a huge solar farm in Taiwan.
The missing link in your disaster recovery strategy
Say the words “disaster recovery” and people will typically assume you're referring to data backup. This is important - but it doesn't go far enough.
Schneider Electric greens the data center with new EcoBlade
Schneider Electric is going green with a smart, scalable energy storage solution to increase the use of renewable energy.
Equinix wins for green innovation leadership
Equinix has been awarded Frost & Sullivan's 2015 Asia Pacific Data Center Green Innovation Leadership award for the second year in a row.
How brother tackles recycling in NZ
Noticed those email taglines which ask you to consider the environment before printing? They make a good point, but it isn’t quite what you think.
Travel is not a sustainable business model
Videoconferencing offers a good opportunity to go green, says Tim Fulton, LifeSize Communications ANZ managing director.
Smart thinking; big gains
Addressing green IT in printing needs can provide opportunities for resellers says Hamish Alexander, Hewlett-Packard New Zealand country manager Imaging and Printing Group.
Sustainability: Should CIOs still care?
Three kiwi experts on Green IT and what it means today.
Green IT 'still a low priority': IDC
Two years on from introduction of Emissions Trading Scheme, sustainability still only a 'spin-off' benefit.
Running a sustainable business can be easy provided you get it right early on.
Automated shut-downs a success
Kiwibank saves thousands by giving PCs evenings and weekends off.
Green strategies for cool data centres
As power consumption and costs rise, energy costs have become a driving factor in data centre location and design decisions. Enter the savvy reseller, whose quality advice can set them apart from competitors...
Data centres set to shrink by 40%
The traditional methods of data centre designs no longer work - here are Gartner's reasons why.
Green UPS gives resellers sustainable advantage
At a time when sustainability and cutting back on emissions are high on the agenda for most end users, selling a ‘green’ UPS has to be a competitive advantage for resellers.