Druva expands global footprint in UK to align with Brexit

07 June 2017

Druva claims the new expansion will provide customers with a simple and effective way to manage their data within a region, whatever happens post-Brexit.

Druva claims the expansion will enable firms to host data in locations that best meet their specific requirements.

Druva says it has significantly expanded the reach of its public cloud offerings to better support its customers’ national and regional data protection requirements. 

The firm claims the move will enable companies to host their data in locations that best meet their specific requirements around data residency, location and transfer.

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Gigya launches programme to help clients prepare for GDPR

26 May 2017

The GDPR takes effect in May 2018 and applies to all organisations around the world that do business with EU citizens.

The GDPR takes effect in May 2018 and applies to all organisations around the world that do business with EU citizens.

Gigya has launched a programme to help clients prepare for the EU’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The US-headquartered customer identity management specialist says its Privacy by Design programme will offer customised evaluation and implementation services.

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Server rooms “ill-equipped” to keep pace with technology

16 May 2017

The Green Grid says we’re now seeing data centres equipped with 10-12kW racks to support modern-day requirements, with legacy data centres falling further behind.

The Green Grid says we’re now seeing data centres equipped with 10-12kW racks to support modern-day requirements, with legacy data centres falling further behind.

Enterprise server rooms will be unable to meet the compute power and IT energy efficiencies required to meet the demands of fluctuating technology trends, warns The Green Grid.

It says this will push a higher uptake in hyperscale cloud and colocation facilities. 

The Green Grid is a global consortium of companies, government agencies, educational institutions and individuals dedicated to advancing resource efficiency in IT and data centres.

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GCI and Highlight partner to enhance customer service

16 May 2017

Managed service provider GCI is using real-time monitoring, measuring and reporting software to achieve deeper application visibility, and improve the health and performance of its customers’ infrastructures. 

Designed to enable GCI’s offering to go beyond traditional infrastructure monitoring and SLA reporting, it’s claimed Highlight’s “enhanced” capabilities make it possible to see issues arising and treat problems before conditions worsen. 

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