ITWeb Data Centre Summit 2018
3:20

African data centre aspirations require resolve

Businesses have to brave challenges such as political volatility, unregulated environments and lack of skills when setting up data centres in Africa.

3:00

Microsoft data centres to create thousands of jobs in SA

The Microsoft Azure data centres due to launch later this year, combined with other local cloud services, will create around 165 000 new jobs in SA through 2022.

1:30

Leveraging technology to meet regulatory requirements

Hitachi Vantara's Cleo Becker will speak at the ITWeb Data Centre Summit about how technology can be used to achieve compliance.

1:40
Jul 2, 2018

How to increase energy efficiency in the data centre

The best way to get around high power usage is through management of the IT team, says Vertiv.

1:50

The challenges of building data centres in Africa

At the ITWeb Data Centre Summit, Liquid Telecom's Willem Marais will discuss cloud market trends that are driving DC expansion across the continent.

1:40
Jun 25, 2018

How IOT is transforming the data centre market

Data centre operators will have to rethink the way they manage capacity across each layer of the IT stack.

2:30
Jun 20, 2018

Modac joins ITWeb Data Centre Summit 2018 sponsor list

The company has come on board as a display sponsor for the summit, to be held on 10 and 11 July, at The Forum, in Bryanston.

2:00

Cloud and the evolution of the data centre

Digital transformation is shaping the DC, says Microsoft's Asif Valley, who will be speaking at the ITWeb Data Centre Summit on 10 July.

2:40

How Standard Bank solved the data centre skills problem

At ITWeb's 2018 Data Centre Summit, the bank will share the successes and challenges of its learnership programme.

4:00

Data centre cooling design

Vertiv's Michael Young will speak at the ITWeb Data Centre Summit in July about changes in DC technology.

5:50

Building information modelling in data centre design

This intelligent 3D model-based process provides tools to more efficiently design and construct projects, says consultant Nick Bartels.