Building a Sustainability Strategy for Tropical Data Centres
10 Oct 2019
Data Centre World Keynote Theatre
Data centre demand has been on the steady incline in Asia and is projected to takeover North America and Europe, fueled by the region’s high data consumption habits that cause enterprises to look at moving workloads out of their legacy on-premise facilities to colocation and cloud environments. However, Asia’s largely tropical climate poses unique challenges in the effort to minimise environmental impact and achieve a lower cost of operations. The presentation will outline the steps that can be adopted to craft a focused and forward-looking sustainability strategy for your business.
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