Making the DC part of your
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ITWeb Data Centre Summit 2018

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The evolving nature of every business means changes, enhancements and upgrades to its data centre infrastructure. Businesses are finding data centre upgrades to be not only disruptive but also costly. There is a constant need to re-train and re-skill data centre staff in order to effectively manage applications whilst ensuring data availability, security and energy consumption optimization. Not to mention maintaining compliance and service level agreements.

Fujitsu South Africa’s approach to Servers, Mainframes, Storage and Integrated Systems offers the flexibility to tailor data centre technologies to our customer’s specific requirements. We provide the benefits of secure, robust, future-proofed technologies from a single source supported by a unique, consultative approach. This ensures you get exactly what your organisation demands bringing true business value to companies. Visit: www.fujitsu.com/za

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Michele McCann, business development manager for Teraco. 11 Jul 2018 - by Regina Pazvakavambwa African data centre aspirations require resolve
African data centre aspirations require resolve
Michele McCann, business development manager for Teraco.

Businesses have to brave challenges such as political volatility, unregulated environments and lack of skills when setting up data centres in Africa.

Asif Valley, cloud development lead at Microsoft. 10 Jul 2018 - by Sibahle Malinga Microsoft data centres to create thousands of jobs in SA
Microsoft data centres to create thousands of jobs in SA
Asif Valley, cloud development lead at Microsoft.

The Microsoft Azure data centres due to launch later this year, combined with other local cloud services, will create around 165 000 new jobs in SA through 2022.

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