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—24 January 2018

9 Benefits of Working with a Global Talent Acquisition Specialist

  How do you find the best talent for your business in the fast-moving and complex world of the Cloud and Internet?  Do you post to a job board and…

—13 December 2017

AI Will Never Replace Creativity

‘AI will never replace creativity’. Data Economy speaks to Peter Hannaford, Datacenter People Chairman, on matching jobs to people, and people to jobs:

—28 November 2017

SPOTLIGHT ON: South America

    The South American market shows continuing signs of growth as large data center investment plans develop.   Currently there are 85 colocation data centers from 13 countries in…

—14 November 2017

SPOTLIGHT ON: Germany

  Germany is the third largest data center market in the world with over 400 facilities (following USA and UK). It looks likely that the influx of DCs to Germany…

—6 December 2016

Not just a name change – it’s a GAME CHANGE!

The appointment of Rob Johnson as the CEO of VERTIV, the new name of Emerson Network Power, will bring change of seismic proportions to the datacenter industry. From its formation…

—4 November 2016

You say potato, I say King Edward (mashed and served with a cheeky sauvignon blanc)

You say potato, I say King Edward (mashed and served with a cheeky sauvignon blanc); why HR and data centre managers need to talk the same language For decades industries…

—14 July 2016

Brexit and the Datacenter. Towards a unified response to capability shortfalls.

Posted by DCP Guest Blogger Dr Theresa (Terri) Simpkin  CIPD, CAHRI, Churchill Fellow, FHEA Head of Department, Leadership and Management Lord Ashcroft International Business School   While the recent UK…

—25 February 2016

Be afraid…..

It’s 4.30 am and I can’t sleep. I’m terrified by the inexorable growth of a new phenomenon – the data center expert. Am I alone in noticing this? They are…

—19 January 2016

How the World has Changed…

The year is 1915 “One hundred years ago”. What a difference a century makes! Here are some statistics for the Year 1915: The average life expectancy for men was 47…

—2 September 2015

Tempus Fugit

I can’t believe that it’s five years to the day that I left Schneider to start Datacenterpeople. Not that there was anything wrong with Schneider – it’s a great company…