Data Centres – GDPR and Continuous Power Supplies
If your organisation manages customer and client data in any shape or form, no doubt then that you’ll have invested some degree of time and effort in ensuring that the way your organisation manages its data complies with May’s enforcement date for GDPR, the European Union-wide General Data Protection Regulation.
Data Centre’s throughout the globe that interact with European data in any way will of course also be required to ensure that data is stored securely and that any client data communications are completely opted-in, often through double opt-in processes and whereby contact’s have clearly requested and agreed to receive communications.
shentongroup is no exception to GDPR and in many ways is an organisation on both sides of data protection. Not only does shentongroup manage its own data, but it also provides robust continuous power solutions to data centre clients across the UK to help ensure that their services stay online 24-7 in the event of any interruption to mains power.
At this year’s Data Centre World, shentongroup not only liaised with data centre professionals responsible for powering, cooling, connecting and securing data centres, but additionally, shentongroup’s Mark Porter delivered his talk entitled ‘Generators for Business Continuity’ on both days of the event. As you’ll see from our online library of continuous power resources, our case studies convey how we’ve helped numerous data centres to remain fully-operational through the provision of backup generator and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) solutions.
If you’re a data centre professional researching all areas of data centre safety and continuity, to discuss standby generator and UPS solutions, click here to speak to a member of shentongroup: The UK’s Leading Technical Experts in Standby Power Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat & Power Systems.