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Data centres: the last great tech threat to energy sustainability

By |April 21st, 2022|Tags: , , |

The energy needs of these physical infrastructure, where much of the world’s digital information is stored, have grown exponentially in recent years. While business has been booming, so have concerns about their sustainability and the environmental threats that data centres present.

European cloud services: Big Tech’s profits grow thanks to public sector contracts

By |April 14th, 2022|Tags: , , |

The giants of Silicon Valley are taking in 70% of the profits generated by cloud computing in Europe. Despite the problems thrown up by GDPR, some of this money continues to flow through beefy public contracts.

Russia wants your data: cyber attacks are growing in the European Union

By |March 8th, 2022|Tags: , , |

The shadow of Russia has always loomed over the internet, but the pandemic, which moved citizen’s lives into the digital sphere, saw a rise in security breaches within European businesses and institutions. Cyber attacks against key European sectors doubled in 2020. Although Brussels is working to plug the gaps, the invasion of Ukraine threatens to intensify the cyber war.

Europe’s internet speeds are faster than ever, but not for everyone

By , |September 22nd, 2021|Tags: , , |

Over the last year and a half internet speeds in Europe have increased by more than fifty percent. Unfortunately, the gap between urban and more rural areas, and between north European countries and those in the south-east, has also grown.

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