Carbon legislation is increasing globally and energy efficiency has become a key concern for operators of data centres as well as their clients.
In 2008, the European Commission published the EU Code of Conduct in Data Centres to help data centres and organisations with data centre facilities reduce their impact on the environment. This now globally recognised code proposes general principles and practical actions for data centres to follow.
To support a career path in data centre management or consultancy, the Institute has developed two certificates that enable successful candidates to play a crucial role in delivering an effective efficiency and cost control strategy for their data centre, whilst working on developing more.
We are particularly proud of our internationally recognised Data Centre Specialist Group, which has been formed to create a forum for open and honest discussion, information sharing and evaluation of Data Centre-related issues and technologies.