Despite rumours of its imminent demise, all the signs are that the company-owned data centre is part of a hybrid computing future
Sooraj Shah hears how technology has helped the FA develop some of the best facilities in the world for players, coaches and supporters
UK the epicentre of an EU-wide data centre building boom
UK IT Industry Awards winner Kevin Green talks to Danny Palmer about the National Grid's ongoing project to migrate its datacentres to the cloud
Would your outsourced data survive a 2e2-style collapse? Stuart Sumner talks to experts about what CIOs need to do to ensure business continuity
Telecity Group's peering gives Auto Trader edge in SEO and user experiences, says CIO
Logicalis takes on board 480 of 2e2's European employees and takes 70 former 2e2 staff on in the UK
Customers 'ought to have known', says Onyx CEO Neil Stephenson
When a company like 2e2 goes into administration, datacentre users can find just how few rights they have. Graeme Burton examines the options
Dell's biggest external shareholder says $13.65 per share is 'woefully inadequate'
Migrating data and software from Gateshead and Reading datacentres could take 16 weeks, claims bust company's administrator
Disgruntled Frost & Sullivan employee sabotaged servers by spraying them with Cillit Bang
Audits have increased with the rise of virtualisation technology, spreading fear and loathing in the datacentre. John Leonard highlights the areas where IT leaders are most likely to come a cropper
Six-year deal to replace 'end of life' on-premise datacentre
Cloud host PEER1 tells Computing how it kept its New York datacentre online throughout Hurricane Sandy
Is the software-defined datacentre the next big thing for enterprise IT, or yet another empty, overhyped marketing phrase?
State-of-the-art facility to support growth of Apple's iCloud service - and is just over the road from Facebook's own facility
Panel at industry event tackles what data centres will look like in the future, and concludes that training is critical
New facility intended to cut the cost of long-term storage of infrequently accessed data
Applications will need a rewrite, though, to take full advantage of Flash
The datacentres of the future will need to be markedly more energy efficient, while corporate computing needs will increasingly be split between essential applications managed in-house and applications delivered 'in the cloud'
Five-year deal worth in the region of £3m
With datacente power costs becoming an ever-greater drain on corporate budgets, Graeme Burton explores how organisations can rein in their energy consumption