All data centre operators are well-versed in the language of risk. Equipment failures, power outages, cyber-attacks and hostile entities are just some of the threats that these organisations must contend with on a daily basis. In such a complex and fast-moving landscape, risk prioritisation can be extremely challenging. Against a backdrop of skyrocketing data breaches
We were delighted to see that Ireland has recently been heralded as a cybersecurity leader on the world stage, with particular praise for our Universities’ specialist cybersecurity degrees and courses. It feels fitting that Ireland be recognised in this way. As a country, we are well-known as the pinnacle of physical security innovation. It is
Ivan Nolan, managing director of the Sharp Group – the largest Irish-owned fire and security protection provider – considers whether automation technology is set to steal a march on traditional security techniques While patrolling the perimeter fence of a data centre or pharmaceutical laboratory is far removed from the bombs and bullets of armed conflict,
Sharp offers a key holder service that sees its team of proven practitioners manage the opening and locking down of facilities.
Sharp Group’s Integrated Management System gets the thumbs up once again from EQA ISO certifiers!
Designed to protect property and life, fire systems cannot be ignored and drills need to be diligently followed.
Cloudforest’s CEO, Bernard Pender, said Sharp’s contribution to the programme, which was launched in April 2022, is targeting the creation of 100 plantations that will benefit both Mother Nature and the communities surrounding the new woodlands.
We are delighted to announce that we have partnered with Cloudforests as their latest ‘Cool Partner’, number 031.
When keeping your business safe from the risk of fire, a sensible approach is to get a full understanding of all the potential risks lurking in your premises, but some of these may not be as obvious as you think.
“Our membership puts us among friends and will see us better placed to support industry-led sustainability programmes, such as DCs for Bees.”
Data centres are becoming increasingly at risk from physical threats. From the potential theft of data to break ins.
David Berry takes professional pride in being a stickler for detail and has used the characteristic to carve out a career as a skilled scrutineer.