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The qualifications needed to work in a data centre vary depending on the type of position you are applying for. Generally, the qualifications you will need to work in a data centre include technical skills such as knowledge of data storage, networking, and server configuration. It is also important to have experience with the different types of software and hardware used in a data centre. Additionally, you should be familiar with the different processes, compliance and standards involved in data centre operations such as data backup and recovery, security, and power management.
Businesses in nearly every industry are being transformed by a massive explosion of data, intelligence from machine learning and advanced analytics. This is largely due to the huge increase in cloud computing.
But how do we make sense of all this data and put it to good use? Data Analytics and Data Science of course. Data science is a very specific set of activities - and skills - that businesses can leverage to their advantage. While it’s not wrong to see data science as a real game changer for business, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to do well.
It makes total sense to invest in training and qualification to not just update yourself, but also boosts your career and guarantee that you can meet the standards required by the Data Centre Industry. As an EPI partner, New Horizons Ireland provides a wide range of training focus on what you really need and what can help you to develop your career.
Join us for this seminar in New Horizons Ireland, where we will unravel the web of confusion around existing and upcoming data centre standards/guidelines and the role they play in enabling reliable data centre services.
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