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Data Centre Contracting & Leasing: trends, issues, blockages

Posted by on June 7, 2016
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Data centre advisory and brokerage is a multi-faceted area. It is made up of industry analysts, property brokers, advisors, lawyers, clients and suppliers. continue reading…

Will data centre automation dispense with humans?

Posted by on May 16, 2016
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If you happened to be walking or driving in the vicinity of Rotterdam’s docks area in early April, you may – perhaps unwittingly – have witnessed the arrival of an extraordinary continue reading…

Why London is the business capital of Europe

Posted by on March 31, 2016
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Connectivity, venture capital, diversity, community and more – we take an in-depth look at the various factors and accomplishments that make London continue reading…

A look into the crystal ball – Data centres in 2016

Posted by on January 13, 2016
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Now that the year is well underway there is still time to preview what trends will actually take hold in 2016. For businesses,it’s a time to spot trends, keep abreast of market changes continue reading…

Data centres prepare for Black Friday 2015

Posted by on November 26, 2015
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Everyone loves a good deal. And if enough retailers offer a sufficient number of really good deals, the result will be a frenzy of online and offline shopping.  continue reading…

London Calling – Why companies choose London as their European HQ

Posted by on November 4, 2015
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You could call it the London effect. In purely domestic terms, the UK capital is an economic powerhouse, accounting for around 22% of total GDP. That’s impressive continue reading…