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Blockchain for Covid vaccine storage implemented by UK hospitals in world first
When it comes to keeping tabs on the Covid-19 vaccination process, blockchain is the new kid on the block. Like many medications, the Covid-19 vaccine is temperature sensitive, and as such, must be…
Covid-19: The lasting legacy
BCS has announced the findings from its latest data centre survey, proving our industry is nothing short of resilient. A return to pre-Covid levels of confidence regarding future demand for data centres was…
Schneider EcoStruxure IT Expert scoops prestigious DCS award
Schneider Electric EcoStruxure IT Expert has deservedly won ‘Data Centre Intelligent Automation and Management Innovation of the Year’ at the DCS Awards.
After a decade in the works Microsoft (almost) has all its own services on Azure
Ten years ago, Microsoft officials pledged to move Office 365 to Azure, and it looks like this goal of having all first-party services hosted via Azure is soon to come into fruition.
CNet Training celebrates 25 years of technical education
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CNet Training is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, having been developing and designing technical programs for a quarter-century.
Why Amazon Web Services was right to block Parler
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Amazon made the decision at the weekend to stop Parler from hosting its service on AWS, much to the chagrin of conservatives in America.
Sudlows opens new European office in Dublin due to Brexit
Sudlows has announced the opening of a new European office in Dublin, which will make it easier for the company to work with European clients post-Brexit.
Welcome to the new Data Centre Review
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It’s a new year and we can’t be more excited to share with you the new Data Centre Review, something that has been more than a year in the making.
What is wrong with people?
Covid 19 outbreak
In this week’s newsletter editorial we explore the start of the Covid-19 vaccination programme and the cyberattacks targeting it.
Companies preparing to deal with Covid-themed phishing surge in 2021
It’s likely that 2021 will be the final year of intense restrictions due to Covid-19, but that won’t stop an expected surge in Covid-themed phishing attacks.  According to new research from Centrify, a…