The global health and social crisis has changed the way we live our lives, temporarily at least.
Shopping, streaming, and enterprise communication have all moved into the digital realm, and digital infrastructure like data centres have never been more crucial to keep the wheels turning.
On the flip side, data centre consolidation, like moving servers, closing buildings, and opening new space is made all the more difficult by the societal constraints we find ourselves under.
In this brave new world, has the future of data centres ever looked brighter, or is it in jeopardy?
Emma Fryer, Associate Director, techUK (moderator)
Cathal O’Donnell, ICT Facilities Manager, Trinity College Dublin