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A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration.
Held at the University of York between 27-29 March 2012
Green Gown Award Winner, the University of Hertfordshire, has achieved a successful case study on applying best practices in its campus Data Centre. They were the first University to achieve Participant status with the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres (CoC) and are involved in helping to improve the sector-wide take-up and embedding of Data Centre Best Practices. Learn more about the CoC, the Green Grid’s new Data Centre Maturity Model, what the key techniques are and how they can be applied in your data centre. Hear from Worcester College on how they used innovative thinking to reduce the carbon footprint for their data centre cooling. The session will be rounded up with a panel of experts who will take your questions and hopefully inspire you to start greening your data centre!
Steve Bowes-Phipps, Data Centres Manager (University of Hertfordshire) Alex Gwinn, IT Training Supervisor and Dave Kings, Deputy Communications and Systems Manager (both from Worcester College of Technology) and the panel of experts consisting of Professor Peter James (HEEPI) and James Wilman, Marketing and Business Development (Future-Tech - EAUC Company Member and Silver Sponsor.
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