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Creating a culture of assurance
As more services digitize more organisations need to offer credit card payments.
Achievement in adversity
Wiljar Nesse joined DigiPlex as CEO just as the pandemic took hold in March 2020, so what have been his highlights?
We believe the future of data centers is scalable, sustainable and secure. Explore our insights below.
Not quite so hidden, but definitely a hero! A closer insight into our COO, Halvor Bjerke.
Our new report, the third in a series, takes a deeper look into how Nordic organizations are navigating in the digital economy.
Unexpected hurdles in terms of more long-term digitalization goals – where are you in the journey?
In the second part of our Hidden Heroes series, we meet Niclas Nyström – Customer Service Director.
Reinventing a heightened best practice for data center management for the future in the wake of COVID.
At the heart is the promise to create an environment that exactly matches the customers requirements. Tried, tested & proven.
In the first part of our “Introduction To” series, we meet Head of Sales Operations Christoffer Hillbom
What choices would you make if your digital and sustainability actions were connected?
As sustainability rockets up the agenda of data center customers, more and more of the industry is following our lead.
Sustainability is never ‘mission accomplished’ and it is not optional.
As a technology company we were well equipped for the change, but there’s more to WFH successfully than good tech!
The Nordic region has crucial energy advantages that any business looking to locate a data center should understand.
Nordic region is an engine of digitization with the skills, connectivity and experience to lead in successful transformation to a digital economy.
Businesses able to quickly reposition, adapt and redeploy resources fare better in times of radical change
Fast, low-latency connections combined with abundant sustainable, low-cost power make the Nordics a highly desirable location for data centers.
As sustainability increases in importance, so will the role of IT and its effect on the environment.