Enterprises across the Asia-Pacific region are planning to reduce their datacentre footprint, relying instead on colocation facilities to improve IT efficiency and connectivity to the growing number of cloud-based services that they have come to rely on.
How can you meet the storage needs of big data and analytics apps? Read the following case study to find out, and to discover a brand of SSDs— disaggregated, rack-scale flash with NVMe—with which one customer was able to achieve better performance for demanding analytics workloads.
In this e-guide, we take a look at some of the outside influences that could potentially impact on datacentre power and management costs in the years to come, while also taking a closer look at some of the latest thinking and best practices around datacentre energy efficiency and cooling today.
Norway's second largest city, Bergen, is building a tech ecosystem that is beginning its development with a focus on the city's industrial heritage. Also in this issue, read how Norway's government has had to backtrack on a law that removed tax relief on energy consumption at datacentres that process cryptocurrency mining.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the government's new points-based immigration rules and assess the implications for the tech sector. IR35 tax rules change in April – we find out how IT contractors need to prepare. And we examine whether the rise of cloud is really displacing the datacentre. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Met Police enhances its facial recognition capabilities, we examine the pros and cons of law enforcement use of the technology. Three in five IT professionals want a new job – is there a tech exodus in the industry? And we take an in-depth look at the growth of the Nordic datacentre sector. Read the issue now.