We have had an exciting first decade at Datum and have demonstrated the success of our sustainable, service-based colocation formula. Things have come a long way from our humble beginnings (two team members and a portacabin). Within 10 years we have constructed our flagship facility (FRN1), built out the second floor of FRN1 and, this year, we will be working on the construction of an entirely facility (FRN2), link-detached to our existing site. And this is just the beginning...
Our latest step in our sustainability initiative is our migration from red diesel to HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) for our backup generators.
Our service culture is an integral part of our ethos. We are looking for a Client Service Manager to help us maintain excellence in our client-centric service.
To mark our ten-year anniversary, we have pulled together some key things that our core team has learned from Datum’s first decade.
The growth in remote working poses new IT challenges. A correspondingly hybrid data centre architecture is essential to make remote working possible.
Much like moving house, there are many elements to consider when choosing a location for your precious business-critical IT and workloads.
To be ranked 8 out of 25 in this year’s prestigious Megabuyte Emerging Stars places us amongst the very best of the UK’s tech scale ups