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Managed Services Summit reveals need for planned strategies

The 2019 UK London Managed Services & Hosting Summit on Wednesday 18 September revealed several indicators of an industry in transition – both internally and externally. Just as customers are getting harder to sell to because of competition and protracted buying processes, the industry itself is coming to terms with higher levels of specialisation, especially in security, and rampant consolidation through mergers and acquisitions.

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Paul Finch appointed interim CEO as Kao expands London campus

Paul Finch becomes Interim CEO to lead the company through the next phase of development and expansion.

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Echelon invests in 20MW London data centre

Centre provides tenant-ready availability in area of high demand and constrained capacity £150m investment is first outside Ireland for Irish data centre owner and developer.

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DigiPlex invests NOK 600 million

Meets international demand with two new green data centres in Oslo.

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Digital Realty launches digital docklands

Digital Realty opens new Docklands facility to support the growth of London’s technology ecosystem.

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CenturyLink expands CDN service capability

Company increases scope of digital content delivery services for over-the-top video, gaming and other organisations.

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Iceland Telecom integrates four hosting halls into Verne Global's data center campus.
Analysts predict the rise of cloud services brokers.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation is expected to be passed this year and take effect in 2...
Phoenix, the leading provider of Cloud and IT managed services across the UK, has won an extended...
With analysts and vendors alike predicting that the Software Defined Data Centre (SDDC) is the ne...
MASS, a Cohort plc company, has been appointed to provide specialist cloud services to the UK Gov...
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