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Sustainability Report 2020
This fourth report continues a process which began in 2014.
We believe the future of data centers is scalable, sustainable and secure. Explore our insights below.
CEO Wiljar Nesse reflects on why our focus on sustainability never wanes.
As more services digitize more organisations need to offer credit card payments.
Wiljar Nesse joined DigiPlex as CEO just as the pandemic took hold in March 2020, so what have been his highlights?
Ultra-security cages plus redundant systems make DigiPlex the best choice for sensitive data.
Fredrik Jansson reviews how millions of small data centers can create more damage than all the hyperscale facilities.
Land – how does this add value to the business and help us deliver on our vision of sustainable data centers?
Sunday Times article highlights how digital services do not come without environmental impacts.
The Nordic region has crucial energy advantages that businesses should take into account – sustainability, cost, availability.
Fredrik Jansson looks at how choosing to focus all our marketing on sustainability was a brave decision.
What choices would you make if your digital and sustainability actions were connected?
As we close the door on 2020, CEO Wiljar Nesse takes a retrospective look back at this extraordinary year.
As digitalization proceeds, its environmental effects will become more visible. Read about how the Nordics address IT and sustainability.
In the next edition of our series we meet Head of Nordic Sales, Rickard Hilmersson and discover his passion for hockey.
ISG sees a substantial growth in IT outsourcing deals in the Nordics in the next two to three years.