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As part of the government’s Technology Code of Practice all governmental departments need to achieve EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres Endorser status.
To achieve this all in house data centres need to be certified as EU Code of Conduct Participants.
As one of the key elements on the Technology Code of Practice, adoption of the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres is the lowest performing objective. By the end of 2014 only 21% of Departments were Endorsers of the Code and only 7% of Data Centres and Server Rooms providing new ICT Services were registered as Participants under the Code.
The Governments Green ICT Delivery Unit (GDU) focus for 2015 is to assist and ensure departments continue to adopt this commitment.
As well as ensuring compliance with the Governments Technology Code of Practice becoming a Participant of the EU Code of Conduct will help you:
On top of this its FREE!
Keysource has a strong track record working with global organisations and leading brands who trust us with the performance of their business critical infrastructure. Working day to day in critical environments gives us valuable insights and practical knowledge.
Keysource have been Endorsers of the EU Code of Conduct since its inception, our in house team of data centre design, and management experts will work with you to help you gain “Participant” status.
With over 30 years’ experience Keysource are experts when it comes to identifying opportunities and implementing solutions for energy efficiency in data centres and other critical environments.